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SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
CARGO BY PANAMA DOUBLES IN YEAR Number of Sailings Increases From 322 to 555, Report Shows. The constantly Increasing extent to which the Panama Canal route Is being used for the transportation of freight Is strikingly illustrated in a report In the Panama Canal Record, giving fig ures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1523. Cargo moving over this route from coast to coast of the United States was nearly doubled, tho figure for 1920-1921 being 1,372,388 tons, as compared with 2,562,527 tons In 1931-1922. tho number of sailings Increased from 323 to 635. Cargo tonnage on the intercoasta! route was about equally divided be tween eastbound and westbound sail ings. Leading commodities carried from the Atlantic were Iron and steel, coal, sulphur and manufactured articles. From the Pacific came lumber, canned goods and dried fruit, oil and metals. The comparisons of cargo tonnage for 1922 and 1921 were as follows: Westbound Eastbound '922 1,38k,07 ft 1.274.453 1921 608,429 U75.9MI July of this year recorded a slight increase over the previous month's traffic, which was taken to indicate that the effects of the intercoastal rate war, which broke out late In June, were beginning to show. Jn Julv 303,421 ions of cargo transited the canal In domestic trade, as compared with 295,343 tons tho previous month. Second In volume of traffic through the canal only to intercoastal trade was the movement to the Far Fast, which also registered a big increase. Cargo from the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States to China. Tapan and the Philippines amounted to 2,031,487 tons for the last fiscal year, as com pared with 1,641,950 tons the previous year. Cargo to the United states through the Panama Canal from the Far East was less In 1922 than in 1921, und. In fact, was virtually negi'giblo. as many vessels return from tho Orient by way of Sues, this route affording better opportunity for picking up a homeward cargo than the trip across the Pacific. SHIPBUILDING MART ABROAD ON UPGRADE Suspended Work Being Re sumed in United Kingdom. Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom 1? showing some Improvement In conse quence of the settlement of the trade disputes and the readjustment down-1 ward of wages, according to a report to the American Bureau of Shipping from Its Glasgow agent. As there Is no real demand for new tonnage, however, shipyards Rnd engine works generally arc still on short time and some are closed down altogether. Orders have been received for the re sumption of work on contracts previ ously suspended and instead of an abso lute dearth of new work a number of contracts have been placed for vessels of special types. FRENCH SEAMEN END STRIKE FOR 8 HOUR DAY But Will Continue Protest by Enforcing Technicalities. ranis, Sept. 17.?The twenty-three hour protest strike of the seamen in various French ports ended at 7 o'clock this morning. At all porta where the strike was effective the men returned to work -without disorder. Union leaders said that the efforts of the men to force the Government to re consider a modification of the eight hour law would not take the form of a gen eral strike, but would consist chietty In compelling the strictest observance of every technicality In the shipping rules, causing many delays In the departure of vessels. The seamen also will de mand increased wages and possibly In sist upon payment In pounds sterling. MAEINE NEWS NOTES. The Federal Shipbuilding Company, Kearny, X. J., will recondition the steam ship Caldas of the Grace Line at a contract price of $35,000, the work to Include engine and hull repairs and the alteration of bulkheads for fuel oil. The ship, formerly of the Caribbean Steam ship Company, was purchased recently at a United States Marshal's salo for ?25,000. Work haa beea started on the deep, enlng of the entrance to Cold Spring Inlet, leading Into Cape May harbor, New Jeriey. Tho Philadelphia and Reading Railroad will build docks on the north side of the harbor. A. P. Pouch, president of the Ameri can Dock Company and the Pouch Ter minal Company, la on his way to Eu rope, where he will discuss the Increased utilisation of tho aew Staten Island piers with a number of foreign steam ship lines. The Shipping Board will consolidate Its Scandinavian services under the management of the Moore A McCor mack Company, thus eliminating from the berth the Susquehanna Steamship Company, according to semi-official ad vices. (.'apt. Taul Koentg, who won fame as commander of the German commercial submarine Peutschland, which twice ran the blockade to the United States during the war and who was later re ported drowned. Is not only very much olive, but has been rewarded with the command of tho North German Lloyd liner Columbus, which is to go Into ser vice early next year and will be the largest passenger ship In the Oerntan marine. The lacquer screens for the first clsss social hall of the Leviathan are to he designed and executed by Robert W. Chanler, the gifted mural decorator. John W. Dalaney, Commissioner of Docks, will recslve sealed bids at hit office. Pier A. until noon to-day for dredging at the Chelsea Piers, Manhat tan. Sixty consecutive calendar days ere allowed for competing the work and the security required will b? 110,000. The City Council of Norfolk, Va., has authorised the purchase of wharf, pier and warehouse property of the Old Dominion Steamship Company on Water Street for 1650,000. The American steamship New Brit ain of the Black Diamond Steamship Company arrived last Thursday In Ham burg with a cargo of grain. The Shipping Board has Issued a call to an open meeting at Washington Seo tember 20 and 31 to consider the revised Hague rules, 1921, for an Internationally uniform bill of lading. All Interested have been Invited to express their views. CLOSING OF MAILS. Foreign mulls will close promptly as Indicated below at the General Post Office and City Hall Station. Ordinary prints, samples, parrel post packages and registered articles close two hours earlier, except that registered articles have to be mailed between the hours of M AM and 12 I'M. At the Foreign Station (corner of Morton and West streets) foreign mall closes half an hour later than at the General Post Office and City Hall Station. Supplementary mall closes at the General Post Office and City Hall Station, where double postage Is required. SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL (double postage required) closes at the l-'orelgri Station half an hour later than the supplementary closing time eliown below, except rise and for Central America, Ac. via Crleto thut supplementary mall for European countr ha I, closes one hour later. Whenever mall vessels sail between the hours of 0 AM and 6 I'M a supplementary mall post office on the steamship pier is open to the public 14 hours before the scheduled .ailing time and oloees 10 minutes before the scheduled sailing time. Double postage required. Ttfe steamers for which supplementary mall is accepted on ths pier at time of sailing are sifown below by a dagger (t> following time of closing of mall. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. TLBMDAY, KEPTEMBEK 19. Europe, Africa and West Asia (Canary Inlands, Lithuania, Lsttonla and Esthonla muat be specially addressed) via Plymouth and Boulogne! a'80 parcel poat mailt for Great Britain, Ireland and the countries mentioned In note A below via Plymouth, and parcel post mails (or Germany, Austria. Czccho-Slovukla, Hungary and Switzerland via Hamburg, str RESOLUTE (sea post), 0 AM ft), Italy (parcel post malls and specially ad dressed correspondence) via Naples, etr AMERICA, 9 AM. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 99. Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Ma deira, Cape Verde Islands and Sierra Leone (other countries must be specially addressed) via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel poat mails (or Great Britain, Ireland, France and the countries mentlonad in notes A and B below, str PRESIDENT MUNKOE, 7 AM (sup 9 AM t). _ Turkey via Constantinople, etr SANGA MON. 8:30 AM. Canary Islands, Senegal and Oanibla (other parts of West Africa must be specially ad dressed) via Trneriffe, Las Palmes, Dakar, Bathurat, Conakry, Freetown. Cape Palmes, Heccondeo and Aocra; also parcel Dost malls for Santa Cruz d>- Teuerlffe, Cadiz and Liberia, str BURUTU. 9 AM. South Africa (specially addressed only) via Cape Town; also parcel post malls for Union of Bouth Africa, Becbuanaland Protectorate. Portuguese East Africa, Northern and South ern Rhodesia and Southwest Africa Pro tectorate, str BWAXl, 9 AM. Poland, Russia, Lithuania, lettonla and Esthonla (Germany must be specially ad dressed) via Cuxhaven. Danzig and Llbau; also parcel post malls for Poland, Lithuania and Lsttonla, atr POLONIA. 11:30 AM. Esthonla and Finland (specially addressed only) via Reval and Helslngfnrs; also parcel Sost malls for Esthonla and Finland, str IAST8IDM, 12 M. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 91. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland via Chrlsttansand, Chrlstlanla and Copen hagen; also parcel post malls for Norway, Sweden and Donmark, str OSCAR II. 10 AM (sup 10:80 AM t). FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER tt. ? Europe, Africa and West Asia (Norway, Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Ma deira, Cape Verde Islands and Hlerra Leone must bo specially addressed) via Cherbourg and Southampton; aleo parcel post malls (i France and the countries mentioned In Bed. B below, str BERENUARIA, 8 AM (sup 0:30 AM t). Iceland via Reykjavik; also parcel poat mails for Iceland, etr VILLKMOES, 9 AM. Norway via Bergen; also parcel pout mails for Norway, str BTAVANGERKJORD, 9:30 AM (10 AM t). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Europe, Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Cherbourg (mall must bo specially addressed); aleo parcel post malls for Bel gium, Luxemburg and Belgian Congo via Antwerp, etr KROONLAND, 8 AM (sup 9:30 AM t). Europe, Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Boulogne (mall must be specially addressed); also parcel post mails for Neth erlands via Rotterdam, str NOORDAM, 8 AM (etip 9:30 AM t). Azores Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must be specially addressed) via Ponta Dolgaria. Gibraltar and Naples; also parcel poat malls for Azores Islands, Gibraltar and Italy, sir CRETIC, 8:30 AM. Europe, Africa and West Asia (Great Brit ain, Ireland, South Africa, Madeira. Cape Verde Islands and filerra Leone must be spe cially addressed) via Cherbourg and South ampton, str OLYMPIC, 9 AM (sup 10:30 AM t). Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa. Ma deira. Cape Verde Islands and Sierra Leone (other countries must be specially addressed) via Plymouth and Cherbourg; also parcel post mails for Great Britain, Ireland, France and the countries mentioned In notes A ami B below, via Plymouth and Cherbourg; and pan-el post malls for Germany, Austria, Czecho-Slovakla, Hungary and Switzerland via Bremen, str GEORGE WASHINGTON (sea post), 9 AM (sup 10:30 AM t>. Norway. Sweden, Denmark and Finland via Gothenburg (mail must be specially ad drestcd): also parcel poat malls for Sweden, atr DROTTNINOHOLM, 9:30 AM l?up 10 AM t). Azores Islands and Gibraltar (Italy must ha specially addressed) vta Ponta Delgada, Gibraltar and Naples; also parcel post malls for Aiores Islands. Gibraltar and Italy; by rail to Boston, Mass. and thence by str CRETIC, 8 I'M. MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN TRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, AC MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. Cspe Haiti, Port de Palx, Gonatves and K Marc father paria of Haiti. Car.al 7!one Panama, Colombia and Ecuador must hi specially addressed) via Cape Haiti, Port di Palx, Gonalvoa. St Marc, I'etlt Goave, Mlra .jonue, Jeremle, aux Cayes, Jacmel,' Cristo bal, Buenaventura, Esmeralda*. Bahta d Caraqtiez, Mania. Puerto Bolivar and Guaya gull, str ADVANCE, 12 M (f). City of Nuevlta*. Cuba (other parts o Cuba must be specially addressed) vta Kue vitas, str MUNAMAR. 9 AM. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. Turks Island and Dominican Republic vli Turks Island, Monte Christ!, Puerto Flata Human*. Sanchez. I.* Roman*. San Pedro dn Manorli. Han Domingo Ctty, Azua and Bar*' hona, atr ALM, 1:30 PM. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER M. Bermuda ,1a Hamilton, str FORT ST GEORGE. 7 :.')0 AM. Jamaica. Canal Zone, Panama, EPSalva dor (prints, An), Nicaragua (except East Coast), Amapal* City, Choluteca (ulao printa, Ac, for Naiaome, Tegucigalpa and Yuararan), in Honduras, Colombia and Kcuador (other parte of Hondurae muet be Crlatobal, ?peclally addressed) via Klngeton, Crlatot Cartagena, Kavanllla and Santa Mart*, etr SJXAOLA. 8 AM (eup 9 AM t). Pcrnanibuco, Parahyba and Natal (other parts of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay muet be specially addreesed) via Pernambuco. Rio Janeiro, Santos and Bue nos Aire*, etr DRYDEN. 10 AM. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER St. Canal Zone, Panama, El Salvador (prtnta, Ac), Nicaragua (except Eaat Coaet), Ama pala City, Choluteca (alao prints. Ac. for Nacaonu, Tegucigalpa and Yuscaran) In Hondurae. Cauca and Narlno Departments of Colombia, Kcuador, Peru (except Iqultoa), Bolivia and Chile (other parte of Hondurae muet be specially addreesed) via Cristobal, Salaverry. Callao, Molendo, Arlca, Iquique, Antofagasta, Coqulmho, Valparaiso and Talcahuano, etr 8ANTA TERESA, 6:30 AM (t). Yucatan and Capeche (Cuba and other parte of Mexico muet be apertally addreesed) via Havana, Progreso. Vera Cruz and Tam plco; alzo parcel post mails for the Mexican States of Camperne, Chiapas, Gurrero, Ht dal, Mexico, Morelos, Oaxaca. Puebla, Tlax cala. VerA,Cruz and Yucatan, etr MEXICO, 10 AM (t). FRIPAY, SEPTEMBER M. Monte Chrletl (other parta of Dominican Republic must hs specially addreaaed) via Monte chrletl, Puerto Plata, Samana, San chez, La Romans, Ran Pedro do Maoorts, Han nontlngo City, Atua and Barahona, atr LAKE WINTHROP. 8:80 AM. Bahamae (Including Inagua and Fortune " ntllla, lalanda) and City of Antllla, Cuba (other parts of Cuba must be specially aridreese-,1) via Naaaau and Antllla, atr MUNAROO, 0 AM. Haiti (axoapt prlnta, Ao, for Capo Halt! and Port do Palx) and Colombia, except ann rort as raix) ana Colombia, except Cauca, Narlno,and Magdalen* Departments (Jamaica must b* specially addressed) via Port au Prlnca, Kingston, Cartagena and 8avaniJ!a. etr BARACOA, 13 M. Trinidad, Cludad Bolivar and Guiana via Trinidad, Georgetown, Paramaribo, Cayenne and Kt I.aurent du Maronl, etr W M TUP PER, 13 M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER >3. , Newfoundland via St Johne, etr ROSA* LIND, 7 AM. Bermuda via Hamilton, otr FORT VIC TORIA, 7:30 AM. Cuba (specially addressed enly) via Ha vana, otr 81BONEY. 8 AM (t>. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. The connecting malls close at the Qsneral Post Office and City Hall Poet Office, New York, at 0 I'M, as follow*,: Hawaii (1), FIJI Islands, New Zealand and Australia via Vancouver and Victoria nr. str NIAGARA. Sept 18. Hawaii (t), Japan, Core*. China, Siberia, French Indo-China, Netherlands East Indie* (except Sumatra) and Philippine Islands (t) via Ran Francisco; also parcel post mall* for Japan, Cores, China, filam, French Indo China and Htralte Settlements, etr PRESI DENT LINCOLN, Sept 18. Japan, Corea and China (specially ad dressed only) via Seattle, etr TOYSOKA MAT U Sept 18. Hawaii (I) via Han Franctsoo, atr WIL HKLMIXA, Sept 22. New Zealand and Australia via San Fran Cisco; alao psrrel post mails fo" New Zea land and Australia, str MAURAKJ. Sept 22 Japan, Corea, China (except Hong Kongl and Philippine Islands (t) v'n Vancouvrt and Victoria. BC: also parcel post rnaih for Shanghai City, atr EMPRESS OF AUS TRAUA, Sept 23 Japan. Corea, China, Siberia, French Indo China. Netherlands Bast Indies, Straits Set tlements and Philippine Islands (J) via Se attlo: also parcel post malls for Japan Corea, China. Siam, French Indo-China ant Straits Settlements, str PRESIDENT JEF PERRON, Sept SB (?). ?Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed uj to 3 PM the next day will, provided there L no delay In the ovedand transit, reach Scat tie in time for rnniwctlon with the etearnei mentioned. fRupplcmentary malts accepted on pier. I All classes of mall. Including domestic parcel post. Malls of the following dates: Canton Aui 23. Hong Kong 28th. Moukden and Shenghi 2f>th and Yokohama Sept 2. which arrive* per str Empress of Australia, wero dls. patched East from Seattle on Sept 14 an-! are Hue In New York on the morning ol Monday. Sept 18. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS DUE AT NEW YORK. otr BERENOARIA due Sept 18 with mail from Austria. British India. Egypt. Franc, Greece, Italy. Poland, Portugal. Rumanti Spain. Sweden. Switzerland, Turkey an \ ugo-Slavla. Steamer left Cherbourg Sej htr OLYMPIC due Sept 20 with malle froi Austria. Belgium, British Indie. Denmar I- inland. France. Germany. Great Brltal Hungary, Lithuania. .Motherland*, Norwa Poland. Roumnnla, Russia. South Africa ar bweden. Steamer left Southampton Sept 13 TOTE A-FARCF.I. PORT MARS AT A ENGLAND?Tn Abyssinia. Aden (Including Perim), Afghanistan (Kabul), Ascension, Belgium Congo (Katanga Province only) Ui t leh Central Africa (Nyasaland Protectorate), British India, Brltlan Somsliland, Cam eroon* (British), Cape Verde Iilande. Ceylon, Cyprus, Egypt, K.gyptlan Kudan. Falkh.nd Islands, French India (specially addressed). Camilla, Gold Coast Colony, Kenya and Veranda, Macao (China), Madeira, Malta. Mauritius, Mesopotamia, New Hebrides (In cluding the Banks and Torres Islands), Nigeria. Nyasaland Protectorate. Palestine Pem I'tt, Persia. Portugese India, Portuguese Timor, Portuguese West Africa, Russia In Eu rope, Including Ukraine; Rusrla In Asia, except Turkestan. Bt Helena, Santa Crux Islands Seychelles, fllerra. Leone, Smyrna, Tanganyika Territory, Tibet. Togoland (Brttlah). Trans-Jordanla (Territory East of Jordan River), Turkey (Conatantinople) and Zanzibar, NOTE It?PARCEL PONT MAILS VIA FRANCE-To Algeria, Cameroun, Corsica, Da homey. Erench Guinea, French establishments In India, French Indo-Chlna (Anuem, Cam bodia, Cochln-Chlna, Laos and Tonkin), French Post Offices In China, French Bomall Ir.nd, French Soudan (Upper Senegal, Niger nnd Upper Volta), Gabon, Ivory Coast, Mada cascar and dependencies (Madagascar, Ste Marie (la. Madagascar. Nosslbe Comoro Irlands, Mayotte, Ode Comoro, Anjouan and Mohell), Mauritania, Middle tFrenrh) Congo, Monaco, Morocco (except Spanish), New Caledonia and dependencies, Niger Territory. Reunion, Senegal, Togoland (French>, Syria (French), (Beyrouth, Damascus. Aleppo and the West ern and Eastern Zone), Tunis, Turkey (Constantinople and Brusa). SAIL MONDAY. SEPTEMBER It, Advance, Colon, HI N R S :00 PM Caclquc, Pacific Coaat, 43 N R PM Munamar, Nuevltas, 0 E R Noon BAIL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. Aim, San Domingo, T3 N R ? America, Napl?i. 9T N R 1:00 TM Apache, Jacksonville, 38 N R Noon City of Atlanta. Savannah. 33 NR. 3:00 PM Jersey City. Hamburg. 44 Bklyn... Resolute, Hamburg. 3d N R....T.. 10:00 AM Rousalllon, Havre. BT N R 11:00 AM BAIL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER SO. Rurutu, Waat Africa, foot 30th st, Bklyn ? Cederlc, River Plate, 4 Bklyn ?? DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS. 1 Veeeels Ball on Daylight Saving Time.J BAIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 38. Curaca, Hahla, 33 Bklyn ? Dryden, Hantos, *r. 14 Hohoken.. ? Dungeneee, Cape Town. 44 Bklyn.. ?? Rant Side, Riga, IHth st, MR El Almlrante, Galveeton, 31 NR.. ?? Fort 8t George, Bermuda. 03 N R. 11:00 AM Plnar del Rio, Havana. 6H N It.... ? Polonla, Llbau, S Ilush Docks, Bklyn 3:00 PM President Monroe, London, 4 Ho boken 1:00 PM River Araxes, Mnlta, 74 N R ? Robin Adair, Los Angelas, R, Jer sey City ? Sangamon, Constantinople, 38 Bklyn Slxaola, Kingston, 0 N R 1I:00AM Swasl, Cape Town, 3 Hush Docks. ? PORT OF NEW YORK, SUNDAY, SEPT. 17, 1922 Steamarg Dua in Naw York. DUE MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. Steamer. From. Agents. Baracna. Kingston 11th Clyde Line litllfleld, Hull 3d Kurneee. Withy Bristol Cttr. Bristol 31st. ...Chas Hill A Sons Carna, Middlesbrough 1st ?? City of Lurknow. Karachi Aug l.Norton.Lllly City of Shanghai, Gibraltar 30th Norton-Lilly El Bol, New Orleans 13th Southern Pan El Hud, New Orleans 13th Southern Par Fort Ht George. Bermuda 18th.Furness-Wlthy Henrik Lund. Cardiff 3d W C Gilbert Hindustan. Bnrry 80th J 11 Wlncheetsr Hooaac, London Jd Furnesa-Wlthy Irishman, Liverpool 8th White Star Line Kurdistan, Bristol 80th J H Wlnehestsr Lelghlon, Trinidad 8th Lompoil A Holt Mcdlg, Lellh 80th Momus, New Orleans 18th Southern Pac Porto Illco. Ban Juan 18th N V A P R Providence. 8t Michael I3th Fahre Line Santa Taula. Santa Fa Aug 8... Norton-Lilly Slam City. Bhlslda 18th U rt Nav Sllena. Huslva.. Three Btar Llna Tonawanda, London 3d R L Hague DUB TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. Algeria. Glasgow flth Cunard Una Amelia, Port Antonio 13th... .Atlantic Fruit Herengarla. Southampton 13th..Cunard Llna Comanche. Jacksonville 18th..... .Clyde Llna eastern Leader, Harllapool Bth, J H Wlncheater Munargo, Nassau 18th Munaon Una Olympic, Southampton 13th White Btar Plpeatone County, Rotterdam Tth. Ooamopolltan Shipping Ca Prealdant Adama, Ixmdon 8th..United Blataa fltboiiey. Havana 18th.............Ward Llna Holvang, UWparra 13th B O Stray Splendor, Savona 3d R L Hague Tanamo. San Juan 14th Atlantic Fruit DUB WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 88. Alpine Range, Mlddlaebore ?th. Puma**. Withy Catherine A II Uuil City of Montgomery, Savannah 1Tth ? 'Ocean 88 Co Cretlc. Naples 1st 7.... White Star F D Aachs. Copenhagen Bth R 1. Hague Fenehurch, Malaga 5th.... J W Elwell Grande Gaardc, San Francisco Aug 18, Kerr BS Co Santa Maria, Kingston 14th....United Fruit Seydllta, Bremen 8th North Oer Llfcyd Almanac for Naw York Sapt. IS. Sun rlsM 8 38 Moon risen.. 3 38 AM Sun sets 8 01 Moon seta.. 4 31 I'M TIME OF HIGH WATER SEPTEMBER 18. Sandy Hook 4 4T AM B 11 PM Governor* Island...... 6 08 AM f> 3d PM Hell Gate (Aatorla)... 0 M AM T 18PM The time given In the above table Is East ern standard time and l? furnished by the United Statea Coast and Geodetic Survey. For daylight saving time add one hour. DROPPING OP TIME BALL. NEW YORK. Sapt 17?The time hall ahnva lltn Navigation and Marin# Engineering School of the Seaman's Church Inatltuo, 33 South street dropped to-day at e*aot noon. TVh mertdlan, or 11 hour* slow of Qreenwlch mean time. Any one denlrtng correct Orean wlch mean time telephone Bowling Oreen 8820. ARRIVED. Htr Celtic (Br),' Liverpool Kept 9 and Queenstown 19th. to the White Star Line, with 1177 firat, 380 second cabin, 474 third clsst pssssngsr*. mails and mdse. Went to pier 00. North River. Str Noordarn (Dutch). Rotterdam and Bou logne hept 0 and Plymouth 7th. to the Hol land-America Line, with 216 first, 299 sec ond cabin, 148 third class passengers, mails and mdse. Went to foot of fitli street, llo* boken, NJ. Str Kroonland, Antwerp Sept 7, Southamp ton and Cherbourg 8th, to the Kid titar l.ine, with 2f>4 first, 200 second cabin, 274 third class passengers, malls and mdse. Went to pier 81 North Rtvor. Htr Mount Clay, Hamburg Sept 7, to the United American Lines, with 10 second cabin, 1,078 third class passengers and mdse. Will dock at pier 88 North lllver Monday morning. Str Cranford. Barry Sept 2, to Lykes Bros, with 8,470 tons of coal, went to foot of Huron street, Brooklyn. Str Galileo (Brl, Hull Hept 2, to the Eller man's Wilson Line, with mdse. Went to foot of 7th street, Hoboken, NJ. Htr Westwego, Hamburg Sept 1, to N M Smith, In ballast. Anchored off Toinpkhis vllle. HI. Sir Songetv (Nor), Hallstavlk Aug 24 and Ardrossan Sept 2, to 8 O Stray A Co, wllb mdse. Anchored off Liberty. Htr Nacata. Antwerp Aug 28 and Imming* ham 00th, to the international Freighting Co, with ntds*. Went to plsr 19, Clifton, SI (arrived 10th). Htr Drydsn. Hamburg Hept 4, to the Bar ber Steamship Lines, with mdse. Went to New York Dock Co's plar 38, Brooklyn. Str Biyou Maru (Jap), Ratavla July 12. Singapore 16th, Colombo 2Mh, I'ort Said Aug 11, Salomon 2let and Genoa 28th, to Suzuki A Co, with mdse. Htr St Mlhiel (transport). Colon, to tlia U H Army Transport Hem-tee, with paesen gers, mails and mdse. Went to plet 2, Army 1 Base, Brooklyn. Htr Cathlamet, Loando Aug 1, Matadl 0th, Grand Hazaam 27th and Slarra Leone lilst, to A H Bull > Co, with mdsr. Anchored off Liberty. Htr G Harrison Smith (Br), Cruz Orande Aug 26 and Cristobal Hept 8, to R L Hague, with crude oil. Went to Ore Dock, Con stabla Hook) NJ. Str Lsk?- Winthrop. Monte Chrlsti Hept 2. Han Domingo City 8th. Hanrhez 6th, Puerto Plata 9th, Turks Island 10th and Norfolk 16th. to A H Hull I Co, with mdee. Went to New York Dock Co's pier 27, Brooklyn, Htr Hague. Aguadllla Sept 6. Areclbo 7th, Pones Bin, Mayaguer. 9th and Han Juan 10th, to tha Atfantlo Fruit Co, with 43 passengers and mdzs. Wsnt to plsr 7, North River. Str Caracas. Laguayra Sept 6, Puerto Ca belo 8th, Curarao 9th and San Juan 12th, to Bllsa, Dallett A Co, with 96 passengers, malls and mdse. Went to New York Dock Co's plsr U, Brooklyn. Str Huron, Porto Plat*. Monte Chrlsti and Turks Island, to tha Clyda Bteatnehlp Co, with pasasngers, malls and mdse. Htr Mexico, Tamplco Hept 8, Vera Cms 10th, Progreao 12th and Havana 14th, to the New York and Cuba Mall Hteanrvshlp Co, | with 117 passengers and mdee. Went to New ; York Dook Co's pier 15, Brooklyn. Htr Arlo, Tamplco. Str O R Crowe, Port Loboe. Str Ulua (Br), Port Linton Hept 9. Cris tobal 10th and Havana 14th, to the United Fruit Co, with 102 passengers, malls and mdse. Went to pier f\ Kaet River. Htr Sylvan Arrow. Port Arthur, to R L Hague, with crude oil. Anchored off Tomp klnsvllls. Htr Eastern Qlen, Port Arthur, to O D Mallory A Co. Went to pier 3, Army Base, Brooklyn. , Htr Apache, Jacksonville Hept 14 and 1 Charleston 16th. to the Clyde Steamship Co, i wl\li passengers and mdse. Went to pier 36, North River. Htr City of Atlanta, Savannah Sept 14, to the Ocean Hteamshlp Co. with passengers end mdse Went to pier 52, North River. 1 Htr Hamilton. Norfolk, to the OKI Domin ion Transportation Co, with passengers and mdse. Went to pter 81. North River. Htr Georgia tt/nl), Philadelphia, to Phelps Bros Co. Went to pier 7, Bush Docks, Brooklyn. Htr Howlck Hall, Boston, to the Isthmian Hteamshlp Co, with mdse. Went to pier B, Jersey City (arrived 16th). Htr Eocene, Boston via Portland, to R L Hague. Anchored off Tompklnsvlle, HI. Motor ship Californlan, Liverpool via Bos ton. to the united American Llnee. ltoturned?Htr Southern Croea, hence for Rio Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Anchored | In Gravesend Bay. WIRELESS REPORTS. I Str Berengaria (Br). Southampton, Ac, for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 64 1 North River late Tuesday or early Wednes day. Str President Adams, London for New York, is expected to arrive Tuesday fore noon and dock at pier 3. Hoboken. Htr Providence (Fr), Marseilles, Ac, for New York, le expected to dock at foot of 31st street, Brooklyn. Monday forenoon. Htr Fort Ht George (Br), Bermuda for New York, la i-xpecled to dock at pier 95 North llivar about 9:30 AM Monday. Htr Hlboney, Hi t ana for New Ycrk, la ex pected to dock ? pier 14 East River about 9 AM Tuesday. By Independent Wireless Telegraph Company, Inc. (Distance given In miles; position at noon unless otherwise specified.] Absccon 160 NE Cape Henry 17th. Andrea F Luckenbach 1,041 S Overfalls L V 16th. Argus 495 E Ambrose L V Irilh. Haracoa 161 H Ambrose L V 17th. Bridgetown 182 88W Hcotland L V 17th. Cayo Mambl 489 H Hcotland L V 17th. Kastwtnd 30 HW Nantucket L V 17th. Evelyn 33 NB Caps Henry 17th. Fort Ht George due Quarantine New York 8 AM 18th. George G Henry 230 ft Block Island 17th. Gloucester 140 NE Winter Quarter L V 17th. GulMrads 140 K ./iemond Shoal 17th. H M Flagler 712 II Ambrose L V 16th. Helen 261 H 8, e-J.-nd L V 17th. Hclge due New lork 1 PM 18th. Juniata 142 HW Gsy Head 17th. Lelghton lat 40 21, Ion 69 28. 17th. Marabl 203 S Nantucket 17th. Maravl 166 H Ambrose L V 17th. Middlesex 10 8E Five Fathom Bank lith. Mount Clinton 931 E Ambrose L V 17th. Munargo left Nassau 3 PM 18th, bound New York. Nantucket 33 HWHW Fire Island 17th. Natlrar 237 from Baltimore 17th, Oleo 521 E Cape Charles 17th. Ontario 4 B Fire Island 17th. Orizaba 403 S Hcotland I. V 17tll. Onntdalu 20 NE Winter Quarter It V 17th. President Adams 648 K Ambrose L V 17th. President Garfield 972 E Ambrose L V 16th, president Harding 366 K Ambrose L V 17th. Providence due Quarantine New York 8 AM 18th. Han Lorenzo 283 8 Hcotland L V 8 AM 17th. Shenandoah passed Scotland L V 11:20 AM 17th. Hlboney 730 H Hcotland L V 17th. Springfield 150 B Five Foghorn Bank 17th. Hwlftarrow entered Newport 11 PM 16th. Topdaleflord 114 NE Cape Henry 17th. West Zeda 70 E Cape May 17th. William If Dohcny 222 W Hand Key 18th. By tb? Radio Corporation of Amarica. | Agwthavrs 103 S Nantucket L V !7th. ! Atedo 543 B Boston 16th. Allaguash 210 E Boston 16th. Atlantic Hun 372 N Colon 16th. . Bristol 4 NW Highland Light 17th. Carenco 33 fl Handy Ilook 17tb. City of Columbus 90 HW Gsy Head 17th. City of Rome 46 WHW Gay Head 17th. City of Ht louts 24" H Ambrose L V 17th. Crnfton Hal! 860 HE Ambrose L V 16th. 1 Dallas 103 HW by H Handy Hook I7th. Dean Bmrry 164 NNE Diamond Hhnai 17th. H L Dohcny, Jr, 575 E Tamplco 16th. J Edgetnoor 881 8 Diamond Hboal 16th. Kllennr 112 NK Caps Henry 17th. ' F H Hlllman 813 8 Philadelphia 16th Freeman 36 NB by K CRpo Henry 17th. Harold Walker 147 N Hetzrll Shoals 16th. 1 J B Duke 1.678 E Ambrose I. V 17th. L J Drake 130 N Jupiter 16th. Lake Htrymon 34 HW by W Nanturktt L V 1 17th. Levies 828 H Nantucket L V 16th. Livingston Roe 473 B Ambrose I. V 17th. , M F Elliott 140 K Bermuda 16th. ! Merore 370 R Ambrose L V 16th. Msyarl 1.219 H Nantucket L V 16th. Middlesex 10 HE Five Fathom Rente 17th. Mtinlndles 60 H Hcotland L V 17th. , New Jersey 205 B Bermuda 18th. Norman Bridge 160 H Scotland L V 17th. | Ormes 610 H Hatteras 16th. Parla 96P HE Ambrose T, V* 10th. Paris 1,700 B Chatham 16th I Porto Rlro 470 R Ambrose lflth. Kobln Gray 297 from Baltimore 17th. Botterdam 1.750 E Chatham 7 AM 17th. H M Hpaldtng 42 H Hrotland It V 17th. Hantors .170 H Ambross L V lOtli. Sntanta 90 N Hatteras 17th. Seythla 1.780 K Ambrose L V 8 AM lTth. Stephen 360 RK Ajnbrose I, V 16th. Hunbssm 110 S Overfalls L V 18th. Hwlftscout 526 HE Brenton Beef 16th. Hwiftwlnd 212 NE Jupiter 16th. Virginia Express 10 NE Wlntsr Quarter L V 17th. Virginia Limited pas-log Hog Island 17th, Zaeapa 403 E Belize 16th. PASSED CITY ISLAND. Baund South. Htr Llmon, Port Llmon via Boston for Nsw York, lo the United Fruit Co, In bsltast, Belir W N Helnhsrdt (Br), Parrsboro, NH, for New York, with lumber to the Blan ehard Lumber Co. Hchr Charles A Vsrnon (Br), nrldgswstsr for New York, with lumber to J R Booth. Hchr Florence Howard. Newcastle, NB, for Nsw Tork. with lumber tg the Blanchard Lumber Co. Tugs Prudence, with 3 barges (at 8 AM) s ?achem. with 8 (at 6 PM). Motor barge Socony No 0 (at 8:20 AM). Notice to Own ere, 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 (WCQ); 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 Corporation 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. Bound East. Rchr Ells, N*w York for South Norwalk. Tugs Mary r> McNally, with 2 barge* fat 8:43 AM); Mara, with 3 fat 6:30 AM); Frederick T Kalian, with 10 (at 7 I'M). Bteam lighter Rough Arm, with 1 barge (at 6 PM). SAILED. 8tn Elswtck Orange (Br), Montreal; Muntndtea, Matanxaa and Cardenas; Ameri can, Ban Francisco via Philadelphia; Thoa P Real. Baltimore; Carenco. Norfolk; B M Spalding, Tamptco; Shenandoah, do; City of Winchester (Br), Melbourne. Ac, via Nor folk; P de Hatrustegul (Hp), Havana and Vera Crus; Hocony. towing 1 barge, I'ort Arthur; Madtoen (Dutch), Rotterdam: J A Moffet, Jr, Texas City; Margaret Dollar, Baltimore; M 4 J Tracey, Norfolk. Btr Standard, Baton Rouge. Balled 18th, etrg Bridgetown, St Thomas, Ac; Brie (Nor), Yokohama. Ac; Medina, Galveston; Maravi (Br), Preston: Berlin (Dan), Antllla; Jocony, Norfolk; Venus If (Nor), McKeunon Harbor, NS; Agwldale, Mobile, Ac; Huronlan (Br), Liverpool; Gulf trade. Port Arthur. The corrected reading of the barometer (reduced to aea level) at New York on Sun day, Sept 17, 11)22, at 8 AM, aa repo-ted by the United States Weather Bureau, wan thirty and twenty-one hundredth* (30.21) Inches. This closely approximates seven hundred and sixty-enven and three-tenths (787.3) millimeters. Captains of all vessels now lying In or near the ports of New York and Brooklyn can advantageously use the above official data for observing whether h"lr own barometers require any consider able correction or adjustment. Wind at Sandy Hook, 7 I'M. NE, moder ate breeze; clear; choppy sea; visibility, 11 miles. FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE GRAMS. CAPE RACB. NK, Sept 17?Barometer at noon. 20.68 Inches; wind, BW, light breeze; weather, dense fog; temperature, 80 deg Fahr. Winds Off the Atlantic Coast. Hatters* to Key West?Fresh northeast winds; cloudy and occasional showers Mon day. Over East Gulf of Mexico?Moderate varia ble winds, mostly north; partly cloudy Mon day. Over West Oulf of Mexico?Moderate north east and i act winds; cloudy, showers over north portion Monday. Over Caribbean Bra and Windward I'as rtge?Gentle to moderate northeast winds; fair over north; moderate variable winds with showers over south portion Monday. North of Handy Hook?Moderate northerly wlr.ds: fair Monday. Handy Hook to Hattai as?Moderate to fresh northeast winds; fair Monday Hatteraa to Florida Straits?Fresh north east winds; cloudy; occasional showers. MARITIME MISCELLANY. PORT ANGELES. Wash, Sept IT?Power achr Anvil arrived In this port to-day In tow of V S tug Snohomish and departed to repair port. Dufers to Navigation. (Reported to the Hydrographic Office.) Aug 16, 1st 16 62, Ion 80 -12, passed a spar ! projecting 3 f*et above water, apparently | attached to submerged w reckage?Btr Yoro | (Hon). Sept D, lat 86, Ion 61 16. paassd a red cylindrical buoy?Htr P de Hatruategul (Hp). Aug 21. lat 44 06, Ion 38 13, passed a spar about It feet long, covered with marine growth?Str President Monroe. Hept 6. lat 36 07, Ion 37 12. passed a red conical buoy with a framework topniark? fetr P de Hgtrustegu! (Bp). Aug 17. lat 47 41, Ion 9 88. passed a coni cal light buoy marked "HlTD," "POIN"? Btr Turbo. NOTICE TO MARINERS. The Hydrographic Office tinder the Navy Department 1* eeatbllahed to aid mariners. It publish** nautical chart*, hooks, tables and periodical*. It broad casts by radio all urgent Information In voicing danger to vee?e!s. It* branch of fices have the latnst hydrographlo Infor mation of all parts of the world and are prepared to serve mariners In many w ay*. Mariner* are Invited to call at tho branch offlcee between the houri of 9 ami 4:3n, where they will be pordlally welcomed. All mariners are requested to forward promptly to the nearest branch off. ? all hydrographlo Information. The I;.such Hydrographlc Offlre, New Tork. la situ ated at 78-8 ?80 Broad at. (From the Hydrographic Office,) WASHINGTON, DC. Sept IT. 10 AM- ] Tropical storm central this morning north- j west of Island of 8f Thomas and moving ? northwest. Will probably recurve and not i reach Atlantic coaat. Northeast atorm warning ordered at 2 PM I Galveston to Ilrtkwnavllle; disturbance near | west coast of Texas will -auae strong north east wind*, probably reaching gale force, this afternoon or night. About Sept 30 Martina Industry light ves eel will bs temporarily withdrawn from Its station and the station will be marked by a relief light veeeel with tubu'ar meet, sur mounted by a lantern with gallery, red hull with middle section white, stark, mast and lantern black, with "Relief" in black on each ?ldc. The vrseel will show one fixed white light of TOO candlepower, 48 feet above the water. The fog signal and sub marine hell will sound the characteristics of the station vessel. Approximate position: Lat 32 05 40 N. Ion 60 26 10 W. About Hejpt 21 Charleston light vessel will he replaced on lt? station In approximately lat 32 40 40 N. Ion 70 42 M W, ami tho re. lief light vessel temporarily marking the station will be withdrawn. On Sept 18 the characteristic* of the light on Tunta l.arga Shoal light buoy 18, Han .Tuan. PR. In approximately lat 16 27 36 N. Ion 66 Ofl 48 W, was changed to flashing white every second. f!a-h 0 1 second, eclipse O.h second, of 13 candlepower. MARITIME NOTICE A* the largest exterminators In the country we ar* equipped with the most modern far lit tle* and method* to exterminate Rats and all Vermin. We offer a service that 1* depend Hh able and prices that are the lowest. Rhine made absolutely vermin-free In six hours. Night snd Day Hervlce. Free literature on Request. OHARANTEE EXTERMINATING Cn.. 300 Mh Ave., N. Y Longarro 83P0 12-1 MARINE?FOR HAI.lt OR WANTED. For HaT.SS?Two fine lighter boats, equipped ttli mast and boom; steam, ?**? cheap; also small towboat. MfLLIGAN. East * Rtv*r, Pier 61. Orchard 3098. LOW wharfage rate* on *t*am*r*, barges, yacht* and motor boats laying up for the whiter. Telephone Broad 8008. CABLE REPORTS. PASSENGER STEAMERS ARRIVED. CEDRIC (Br), at Liverpool 17th. HOMERIC (Br). at Southampton 17th. PRESIDENT POLK, at London 17th. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, at PI) mouth '7th. VAUBAN (Br), at Buenoa Aires ltth. raskkngek steamers sailed. MAURETANIA (Br), from Southampton 16th tor New York. REGINA (Br), from Liverpool 10th for Montreal. TUSCANIA (Br), from Glasgow 10th for New York. Arrivals at and Departures from Foreign Ports. BUBNOS AIRKS. Sept lfl-Arrtvsd. atra \auban (Br), New York via Rio Janeiro' west Camak. do via Philadelphia end Jack ?onvlle. CRISTOBAL, Sept 17?Arrived, str Aban garez, New Orleans via Havana. Sailed Itlth, str Santa Rosa (frc-m San Pedro). New York. Sailed l?th, strs Petricola (Br). San Fran cisco; President Pierce (from New York), do. I GLASGOW. Sept 10?Sailed, str Tusc&nla | (Br, new). New York. V ANA, Sept 1(1?Sailed, etrs Slboney, New York; Calamares (from New York). Cristobal. Arrived 17th, str E uador. San Francisco for Baltimore and New York. .KINGSTON, Ja. Sept 10?Sailed, str Car t'HIo, New York. Sailed 13th, str Zacapa, Belize. , vK-RE*OOL,, Sept IS?galled, str Reglna (Ilr), Montreal. Arrived 17th, str Cedrlc (Br), New York via Queens town, u'.'T'NpONj Sept 17?Arrived, str President Polk, New^ork via Plymouth. MONTREAL. Sept is? Arrived, strs Man chester Bplnner (Rr). Manchester; Thoredal (Nor). Sunderland; Itford (Br), Portland; Osterdnl (Nor), Glasgow; Montcalm (TJrt, | Liverpool; Metsgarna (Br), Glasgow; 17th, I Flint (Rr), Newcastle; Calrnross (Br), ' (Btl'' d ^ (Br). Liverpool; Canada I failed 101b, strs Mottlsfont (Br). London: \ellavla (Br), do; Mattawa (Br). West In dies; Corslcan (Br), Glasgow; Ausonia (Br). I LI verpool; Canoplc (Br), do: Tt'elshman (Br), do; Lalrnmcna (Hr), Newcastle; Man chester Regiment (Br), Manchester; New Mf*. ?. 'Br)," Cape Town; 17th, Turkestan irU; A"tworp; Gralnton (Br). Hamburg; H K Waagc (Nor), Ilelslngfore. PLYMOUTH, flept 17?Arrived, etr Presi dent Roosevelt. New York for Cherbourg and Bremen (and proceeded). ?r0RT. BIMON. Sept 10?Sailed, etr Toloa 'Hr), New York via Cristobal and Havana. SANTIAGO. Kept 15. 3 PM?Sailed, str Santa Marts, New York. SOUTHAMPTON. Sept 17-Arrlved. str Homeric (Br), New York. i Sailed 10th, str Mauretanla (Br), New York. I TELA, Sept 10--Arrtved, str Heredta, Oris- I 4 ? I VANCOUVER, BC, Sept 10-Salled. str I Huftero (Nor), New York. VICTORIA. BC, Sept 17?Arrived, etr Kaga Maru (Jap), Yokohama for Seattle. AMERICAN PORTS. (By Telegraph.J ABERDEEN, Wash, Sept 1"?Arrived, str Malta Maru (Jap), Kobe, Ac. BELLING HAM. Wash, Sept 18-Arrlved. I str Texan, Everett. BRUNSWICK, Ga. Sept 16?Sailed, etr Lake Fannin, New York. BOSTON, Mass, Sept H5?Arrived, etrs Hague (Dutch), Hull, Kng; Nordfater (Nor), Galeta Buena via Colon: America (Nor), Copenhagen vis Chrlstlanla and Portland, Me; Honda (Br), Liverpool. Arrived 17th, strs Clare (Br), Arroyo, Ponce, Mayaguez, Aguadllln, Arecibo, Na gusbo, Mania and San Juan; Crctlc *(Br), Genoa and Naples via Gibraltar and St Ml ehaels; France Maru (Jap). Immlnghatn; Gov Iflngley, St John, NB: Gloria de Lar rlnaga (Br), Port Talbot: Neptune, sup posed Portland; North Land, New York; I Norwalk. do; Prince George (Hr), Yarmouth NS; Kan Bonlto (Br), Bocae d-1 Toto; Sel wjrn Eddy, Norfolk; tugs Ba'.tleboro. Nor | folk, towing barge Agraii (left harg"H Tamps at Clilncotvsgue, Daytona at New York and Chlsholm at Providence); Confidence. Salem, tewing barge David R; Menominee. Norfolk. I Sailed tilth. str Conehatta. Philadelphia: schr Bradford E Jones, Norfolk. Sailed 17th, strs Belgian (Br). Baltimore: Bristol, supposed Norfolk. Lake Strymon, Charleston and Jacksonville (latter itith): i Melderakln (Nor), Montreal; North Land. New York; St Dunstan (Br), Philadelphia (at quarantine fumigating; to proceed when finished); Wlsla, Now York; schr Mary F Barrett. Hampton Knads; tugs Bnttlcbi.ro, | New York: Fame, towing barges Henry En I dicott for New York and Edith for Norfolk; Lorraine D, Philadelphia, towing burge MI1 ! -*'ed; Menominee, Norfolk, towing sti Lake Elsah. BALTIMORE, Md, Sept 10?Arrived, str Trevanion (Ilr), Swansea. Arrived 17th, strs Median (Br), Liverpool; Orla (Nor), Boston; Achillea, Norfolk; !>a karlan (Br), New York and Boslrn: West Haven, Tacomn; Essex, Jacksonville and Savannah; Argosy, Iqulque: Trevanion (Br), Hwanrea; Kratos (Stv), Stockholm; Royal City (Br), New York; Deerfteld, rhlladel phla. Sailed 16th, strs Topdalsfjord eNor), Vaks dal; Ruth (Nor), Bergen; William Green, Tampico; Wray Cwtl^ (Rr), Yokohama via New York: Jer**v City (lir>. Hambur* via do; Pacific. Honolulu vie Los Angeles. 4c; Munalbro, Portland. Me: Shunkc Maru (Jen), Yokohama. Ac, via San Francisco. Balled 17th, strs Ltghtburne, Port Arthur; Hawaiian. Los Angeles via Philadelphia. COOS BAY, Ore. Sept 16?Sailed, str Hok koh Maru (Jap), Japan. CHARLESTON, SC, Sept 10?Arrived, str Lake Elsmcrc, Jacksonville (and proceeded for Boston). Arrived 17th, str Comanche, Jacksonville (and proceeded for New York): schr Joseph ine A MrQueeten (returned to port oo Re count weather). Sailed 10*h, str Lake Agomac, Georgetown and Baltimore. EVERETT. Wash. Sept |0? Failed, str Julia Luekenbach. San Francisco. GALVESTON. Tex, Sept 10-Arrlved, stra Norwegian tHr), Liverpool; Callmetle (Ital), Genoa; Gulfoll, Providence; Treftisls (Br) New York; Comal, do. Arrived 17th, strs Seattle Maru (Jap), Rio Janeiro; Munsomo, Vera Cruz; Gorm (pan), Cardiff; Mexican Lady (Br), Tam- I Pico; Lake Gadsden. West Indies: MarPa I (Nor), Tampico. Continued on Fngr Seventeen. WEAMtRIPW. EX^PRSIONg and TfU Rg. _ b Hudson River by Daylight OaUy, Including Sunday, lot flteat Mono I-1 ??>'>"4 . "I..I irXvept Sunday),t.Newouigh, tTonghkeepsle. KiugstoD Point. Cat-kill, Hudson and Albany. Steamer leaver Dei- , u1"0"? f4k- J* L?? \ W i'M S? ? 0:20 A ?'i, t! 1,0 *? ? Yvnkers, 10:1} A. M Direct rail connections. All rail tlckete New V ork to Albany and Albany to New York accepted ?W>.\U,py?. *0i,Tfor. Mountain, ?Meet Point and tNewhiirgh. str. Robert Fbl'ttn l??M Dcsbrossee St., | to p \[ r it L:ft0 r' M'; w St- 3:10 ' I V Tonkers, 2 40 P M Returning i Vn"e J ir,h J'4 ' P M - Wr" Point i ? 10 P M., Beer Mmmtaln 0 30 I? M Sundays nnly-Fnr tBeur Mount In. t?*. bt.rgh and ?Pnughkeepalr. str. Washington Irving b?vM Af 9-ia A. M. ? Return eteamer earn* da> from points narked t Daylight Savins Time Round Trip Itntesi Nss Ink te near ?mstsln. SI.IS: West I'nlnt. HI.2S; Vew knrgtv 01 00: Poughkeepele tl 00 Kings. tTear#ilt : ralaklll. *1.00; II ode. a M M Albany S5.3it Meal One Dse OnMn?n. DHudson T River ay Line Further Information at Desbroeeea Street Tier. New York. Tel. Canal 0300. Newhttrrh, Pnughkeepsle, Kingston and taUklll Mte. Ly/Franklln St., ?Y. M. Ret. 1 and J:J0 P, M. All eteamer* leave W, 179th St. half hour later, and connect earn* day for N. Y. CKNTRAI, RUDSON I.rVE. STKASMIII^S, KVC FUSION* and nil Us. STEAMSHIPS, Mf TBSIOMt and 1(11 lis 1 U. II UIV mitorniapanama Canal Make your plans today (or this splendid o.OOO mile cruise that rival* a European lour?at one-fourth the cost. Down the Atlantic Heahoard. across the Gulf and through the i'anama Canal. Then up the west coast ot Central America and Mexico to I.os Angeles and San Francisco. Ample time ashore (or sightseeing at Cristobal and Balboa, Canal Zone; Corlnto. Nicaragua; l.a LIbcriu.l, .Salva dor; Kan Jose. Guatemala, and Manzanillo, Mexico. Fast 10.000 r<?CL:_ I ton American steam-is that afford e\ery comfort. Lov. first class onip ana farei. sumgc *10.. gaj| 8AIIINC8 FltOM XHW VORK rassengers?Freight b. 8. Ecuador S. S. Colombia b. 8. Venecuela Sept. *fi Oct. i: Nov. 7 Also Additional Freight ballings Approximately Every 10 Days. fll sat/hips from Pitt C", Xorth /liver (near Christopher St.) .Veto or/,-. Til bets ami irt/ormation from any Steamship, Tourist, Rail pjcYhcVail stf.amsh'p co. "sxnss* "Tht rutlie Etonssd." BOSTON? PROVIDENCE $360 colonIAl line Sl'unwr have* Plet 38. N It il l West Houston St.). weekday* end Hundaya 11 6:30 I* M. (Dayllsht Savlnc Time). All Outside Staterooms. PHONE. CANAL 1804). 0ST0N'6 METROPOLITAN LINE Via Capm Cod Canal Cnmcctliiff at >Mtm far Portland, bckliMi Bangor, St. John, N. E, Yarmuath. N. 8. Strainer leaves Pier 18. N R.. (foot of Murray St.) New York.daily. including Sundays, at 5 P. M. (Daylight Saving Time). Telephone Barclay 5000. EASTERN $. S. LINES fallTii veTT line p the Hudaon to E A eOUNTAIIx KDAY AND M NIMV Ttilps. ??ir. l,\n. Hattery It; W. I32U St., !'.?!.? A.Jd. f:< turiiingLVH.ltearMt.4:K(LdurN.V. 8 P.M. Rfiunii Trin Children 30c lUiUlll I Il|/ sInd.AY s, ?|. Children 3m Refreshments, Music, Dancing Pnll-tidee Interstate Parti Commission. Phones Bowling Green 7383 7673. Il.e LAKuhST, bEST EQUIPPED and UiT COMMODIOUS Steamer in this Serrice. SI(iHfbttl?li TrtlPi Around Ihuilultsu I .land Daily. Sir. "GENERAL MEIGS" ^11. YV. 42d St. 10130 A. M.. 2:30 P. M. Irr A, North ttl.er (near "Aquarium," bat* > too Park; II A. M., 3 V. M. I.ECTCKKK. REFr.EKHMENTS Tel. Rowling Green 301* To Charter for Moonlight Excursions. 1 AtL LONG ISLAND SOUND By Daylight A delightful. cool daylight trip through the bourn j ev*?ry Monday TO NEW LONDON Strainer Chester W. Chupln. Leave Pier 40. N R.. N. Y. C.. '0 00 A. M. pavllifht Saving Time. Kxeellent Dining Room Sertlre?*<tnternoni?. SIGHTSEEING YACHTS All Around New York fast 14TO' R'ST" V-;"rkUI*Vrry ! N ar south ferry 10:70 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.VVl'lll,SHl:' TW*pwo-e Proad (IC .I RED bah ?^ ?-l Ne Kbit MIC, H l.ANDS. OCEANIC nnd RED RANK. < otinectlog with "Anto Run" Dlreet to I.ONG RKANI II AND ANBURY PARK. L?. fr.inl.lln St.. Pier 24.N.K., week day *,8-31 AM.. 2-43 P.M.; Rnttrry, 8:33 A.M.;3:I3 |- >|. ?una. Lv*. Prankltn 8 30. Hattery 8:33 A. M. 1UDSON K1VEU Mt.ItT IXNE8. Daliy sailings from Pier 32. N. K.. Pool Canal Ht., 6 I*. 31. thino&ys and Holidays, 6 and 8 P. M. (Daylight Bavlng Timet. Weat I32d St . half hour later. Direct rail connections at Albany to all points. Express Freight Hervlre-Antn* Carried. IllDAON NAVIGATION COMPANY. Iflddleton S Rorland Receiver I ' 'tu" "onuAi'r.r. j'n'l.n 11OJ ?^NATICIlAuTOUIli JlWJIrbtUi ffTTinjEGnn I I K' StteT l>7VATIONAL TOUB5 37UW Se-fjtrN* NANIGazIOHE utntKALt IfAUMA To AZOKRM?ITALY?EGYPT. For Palling* and Kates Apply to llnlla-Ainertrn Shipping Corp.. I Ktala eg ROYAL MAIL" NEW YORK?CHEItROt KO NO I TH AM PTON?IIA M Bl KG 26 Rruudw.iv, New York. FRENCH LINE MCW YORK-PI Y Mill ill-ll YVKK-PAKI1 For Sa'llng Dates. I' -a. Ac., Apply to COMPAVT'S npFT'-K. 16 Stats St., N T tt ID n STAR LINK AMF.KI4 A.N I.INK-HI.D hTAlt KINR" Ta nil prlnrlpal ports ,>| Europe. For lad ing dates, rate*, rte. apply It Interu.illoaol Merranllle M.irlne Co.. I Broadway. N. V. E || I fYl Ag;. All Dines Europe, Bermuda. So ga. uui West Indies, Su. America Koto h.lu.China.Japan liA3B'<*ay.Ts'. gOUOWatsise SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN I INK. DENMARK - NORM AY - *1TRIIKM. Passengri Office. 27 MhlO-hnll St.. V \ t.RAI I. LINE, INC. TO I fc.HU AND UtilDu via Paiiaina Canal, lb Hanover Sq . Nsa York. Mediterranean Crul?e De T.ttxe Jan..10.1923. I>y the new Cnnard H. H "Scythla" Frank Tourlat Co.. 488 Fifth Ave.. New Y'ork. 1 AGM I l ines Steamship Srri n , i..a. me Carolina*, Cuha. Texas. California, Mexico, Porto Rico, Panto Domingo. Apply fan 3th A*. HOLLAND AM' hl ;A LINE. N. Y. to Plymouth. Boulogne. Itottsrdasa General Passenger offices. 24 Htat. 11,4 f F.GY TT-INDIA. Amen-an A Indian D r y fort Said. Bomhsy. Colombo, Rangoon. Ca. etitta Norton. Llllv A Co . IP Reave- B? N Y vrt'ND CHRIHTMA* in RKRMFDA Globe Totira, Inc., 248 IV. 34. l.ongarre 2738. tNITED AMI lilt AN LINE.*, lor. New York?Plymouth?Boulogne?IKi mint rt NEW Yoitk 7<> nilEMKN DlltRI T. VIA NORTH GERMAN I.I.OVD. 14 in Pearl .It Norwegian America Dine Norway, Bwedan. Denmark. Offl'e. a-tO Rrldge Ht. 4 a nil dlu n I'aeifir Ntrunikhln. ltd. < an. Par. Hldg.. Madleou Ate.. 44lh HI.. N I l.r.itMl Da?Humnirr Ymc.iIIvii lours. Fur tiess Rerninda Line, 34 Whitehall St., X, V. RAYMOND WillTi OMH RIIM8, ?U rida Asa. Telephone Msdleaa sonars Ilia I VI lip I |NE la Mediterranean Porta Office. II stole 81.. N. V. M.H Y ?t. K *"l I II AMI nil t. Imuport A Unit l ine, 44 ll'ttay, N. Y. TO HI ANDINAYIY AMI t ONTINENT. inXDimi AMERICAN LINK. 34 Htats U SPANIsll HOY AI. Ng .VII. I INK. Ills IXAMW. Agent. Pleg 8. K. 8. AMI ill' an girKKM THAY i.i.k?4 vUKULDJk NEW YORK to EUROPE on 'U.S. (governmentShips Sailings from Piers 3 and 4, Hoboken To Plymouth?Cktrknit rf? Rrrmon George Washington ? Sept. 23 Oct* 28 America - ? ? ? ? Oct. 7 Nov. 11 President Roosevelt ? Oct. 14 Nov. 1? President Harding ? Oct 21 Nov. 25 To Cohhi ()uoon%town) ~ Plymouth? (.'h* i hot* rf? London President Monroe . . Sept. 20 Oct. 28 President Adams ? - Sept. 27 Nov. 1 President Ven Buren ' Oct. 4 Nov. 8 President Polk . ? - Oct. 11 Nov. 15 President Garfield Oct. 18 Nov. 22 To Brrmon President Fillmore . Sept- 30 Nov. 4 President Arthur ? Oct. 14 Nov. 18 To Hromou ? Danttg Suscroehanna ? ? Oct. 12 Nov. 23 United States Lines Moore A McCormack Co.. Inc. Kooaevelt Steamship Co., Inc. Managincr Opcratorr for u. S. SHIPPING BOARD For Booklet Addreu U. 8. Line* 45 Broadway, New York SEATTLE THE ORIENT onlLS. Government Ships Over the Short Northern Roots Yokohama. Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila in express time. American vessels, providing unexcelled Amrrlran food, service, comfort. Sailings from Pier B, Smith's Cove Terminal. Seattle, Wash. President Jefferson .... Sept. 30 President Madison ..... Oct. 14 President McKinley .... Oct. 25 Preeident Jackson ..... Nov. 11 President Grant ...... Nov. 25 And every 14 daye thereafter Pbr deeenptiwe booklet addrme local agent er THE ADMIRAL LINE 142 Saatk dark St., Ckksso. T?l. CtatraJ MM L.C. Smith Bldf., Seattle, Waik. Managing Opnratora for AJ.S. SHIPPING BOARD, ew York to outh America on'll.S.QovemmentSlugs New Reduced Rates Fastest Time to Rio deianelro. Montevideo, and Buenos Aires. Finest ships?American service American Food?American comforts. Sail ings from Pier 1. Hoboken. 8. S. American Legion . P ot. 30th S. S. Pan America . . . < \ 14th S. S. Western World. . oct.28th S. S. Southern Cross . . Nov. 11th Fortnightly thereafter For de scrip five booklet, address Munson Steamship Lines 67 Wall St. New York Citj Menacing Ope rehire for U. S. Shipping Board CUNAlftM? *no ANCHOft UNES N. V. to Cherbourg and Sunt ha nipt on \>TKST MA1I. feKKYU'E TO Kt ROPB. BERENGARIA Sept. 22-4>ct. 13?Nov. 21 M At RET AN IV -.cpt.21 Nov. '? Nov. 2* ARITTANTA ??< I. II Oct. 24 Nov. H 'rail. in uO A. M. Instead of Noon. N. V. to Plymouth, ( herbourg and llamhorg ? VRONIA Oct. 3 SAXOM.V Oct. 14 Not. ?!? ? V V. to f'ohh tqnernntown) and Liverpool TYKRHKNTAinrw) ?Mept.SO t'Nm. 4 S? V nil V (newt... "?ept.2M Oct. 21 I \( ONI.* .new) Oct. "? ?Soiling from Ronton. 'falls h| Halifax. N. V . to Londonderry and Glasgow. ALGERIA '?ept. 23 ? II VIMI (new). s>ept..10 < VMEKONIA (newt Oct. 1 Nov. t lOl l MIIIA Oct. 14 Nov. 11 Dec. ? New York to London ALBANIA Nov. 33 Dec. 34 lt?. Ion to Liverpool. Londonderry A Glasgow Alt.EHIA ... Nov. 23 ?? N". Y. I<t Mediterranean 1'orts Tt ?r- * NIA .... .... Oct. 21 Dec. 4 SfYTHIA Nov. 33 ? ? I A RON L* Feb. 10, 1023 See Vour Local I'tinord Agrnt, or VVrllo Cnnard nnd Anchor Steam ship lines, ?3 ?tro-tdw-vv New Vnrk, CLARK'S 3rd CRUISE, JAN. 23, 1923 ROUND THE WORLD e.g. "Empress ot Franco" i3.Hl ?ro#sto?s Clark is the onlv Tourist Agent who ties ever roe s Cruise Round the World by chartered steafl|er. 4 MONTHS. $1,000 and up Ineluding Hotels. Drives. Guides, Fees. ste. CLARK'S 19th CRUISE, FEB. 3. 1923 TO THE IK'S 19th CRUISE, rEn. J. ivzj MEDITERRANEAN By Specially Chartered. Sompluous S. S KM PR ESS of SCOTLAND" oil homer. 2S.OOO row ions; IkS Daw CRITSR. W> sod up: I9dsvs i Klrpe and Palestine; Spain. Athens, Rome. ste. 'R ANK C CI ARK.Times Buildin?. New York. NAPM ?CIK Alt w-V VRN A I nnotonlinoplw?4 onvtan/? ?ThfHlI'ltvlf* s ... Hi t, t 1 on fnntinnpb Del* 10 * |? * * national gwlfk lini J '' II POINITE IROp I] n LABOgST 5 FASTK9T tssf HgOITIROANtAN 0 JhtgOITtaOANgAN OtlRURNfR (MKWjl Special Winter Vuy.ige i.< to Madeira, Gthrnltar. Monaco, Genoa. Nople.. -Ian. II and Oh. 34. 1923 Earlier sailing* nnrt Information apply 1,1.1)11> SAIIAI IMt I INK. 3 State St.. New A ork. ?