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MONDAY. JUNE 24.
nun ' rises 4:41
Kim eets 743
Moon s*ts 0:00 a. m.
Generally cloudy weather prevails over Wash
ington, Oregon and Western Montana; efco
where on the Paclflo Slope It is montly clear.
Llsht scattering showem have occurred In
Washlrgton anil Western Oregon.
The presrure has risen over the northern por^
tlon of the Paclflo Slope. and > fallen over the
The temperature has fallen In all districts,
the greatest fall being tn Idaho, Nevada . and
the great valleys of Calflornia. . ,
High westerly winds are reported from Ne
vada and Utah. „ ,
Forecatt- made at San Francisco for thirty
hours, ending midnight, June 34, 1901:
Northern California— Partly cloudy Monday;
cooler In the Interior; fresh northwest wind. -
Southern California—Fair Monday; fresh west
Nevada— Cloudy ; probably ! showers Monday;
brisk northwest- wind. \ ¦ . ¦ ¦ —
Utah— Cloudy, probably with showers; much
cooler Monday; brisk northwest wind. -¦¦¦---¦..
¦¦ Arlsona— Partly cloudy Monday; fresh south
erly wind. ¦,;•¦¦• '
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Monday;
Iresh west wind. -• O. H. WILLSON,
, , i • • Loctl Forocnst Official.
\ ... ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦;• "
FORECAST,
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL
Temperature— 7 a. m., 63.
THE COAST RECORD.
BAN FRANCISCO. June 13. S p. m.
The following maximum temperatures were
reported from stations in California to-day:
Eureka. M; Mount Tamalpal*. &g; San Luis
Obl8po.*72; Ited Bluff. SO: Fresno, 86; Los An
geles, 72: Sacramento, 7S; Independent^, S3;
San Diego. 62.
' San Francisco data: Maximum temperature,
64; minimum. 4$: mean. C6.
(120th Meridian-Partita Time.)
Weather Report.
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
the tarly morning lidos are given In the left
hand column ana the successive tides of the
day In the order of occurrence as to time of
day: the third time column slves the last tide
of the day. except when there are but three
tides, as sometimes occurs. The heights alveit
are In addition to the. soundings on tho United
States Coast 8urvey charts, except - when a
minus (— ) slrn precede* th« helcht. and then
tha number given Is subtracted from the depth
given by the charts. The plane of reference Is
the mean of the lower low waters.
NOTE— The high and low waters occur at
the city front <MI«nlon-strcet wharf) about
iwenty-nve minutes later than at Fort Point;
tbe height of tl.lc Is the same at both places.
United States Coant and Geodetic Survey-
Times an.l Heights nf Hl B h and Low
Waters at Fort Point, entrance to San
Francisco nay. Published by official au
thority of the Superintendent.
Sun, Moon and Tide.
FROM SEATTLE.
TOWNSEND— Arrived June 23— Dan b«rk
Bums, from Manila. Sailed Juns 2J-8chr
I).iur.t|rf5, for Ouaytnas.
HAN DIEGO— Arrived June 23— Br stmr Car-
IImI» City, from Yokohama.
BKATTLK-Halled Juno 2:-Rtmr Farallnn,
for Sknguay; Ktmr Dispatch, for Falrhuven. I
RF,I W»N I »«»- Sailed 23- Ktmr Oraco Dollar,
for Hun Francisco.
NUAII I1AY— Passed in June 23-Schr Maria
T. Smith, from Bristol Bay; bktn Skaglt. from
Honolulu, for Port Gamble; Br ship Foltalloch,
from South Ucnd. . •¦ ' . .
' 8EATTL10— Arrived June 23— Stmr Rainier,
henro June 19. ¦ • ,
KURF.K A— Arrived June 82— Bktn J L Evis
ton, lipiirn June 13; June 23-Hr bk Wollahra,
from Honolulu; stmr Ban Pedro, henco June
21. Balled June 23-8tmr Pomona, for Ran
Francl»co; schr Mabel Oray, for Han Dlcsn.
COOS BAY— Hailed. Juno 23— Schr Western
Homo, for Ban Francisco: schr Aluma, for
Houth Africa. _• -.'
HAN PEDRO-Arflved June 23-Schr Co
quiile. from Coqullla River; stmr Scotia, from
ORAYB HARBOR— Arrived June 11— Schr
Peerless, hence June 9. Bnllcd June 23— Stmr
Newhurg, for Ban Francisco. :¦ • ,
AHTORIA-Salled 23-8tmr Alliance,
for Han Francisco; Ocr. bark H. Hackfeld. (or
QurciiKtown. . . ¦ ¦• • .¦¦¦-. • • .
nilJO— Arrived June S— Bark Amy Turner,
henca May 2fi. Arrived June O-Hark Bantlago,
honro May 26. ' Arrived 10— U fl stmr Mohican.
Hiiilrd Junn 13— tl B stmr Mohlcaa; June 14—
Bark Roderick Dhu, for San Franalsco. <
KAHULU1— In port June - 8-Hhlnn Henry
Falling and Emily K Whitney; schr 8 T Alex
ander, for Pan Francisco, ,..-,-
HONOLULU— Sailed June 13— Ship Abner Co
bum, for Puget Bound; bark Nuuanu. for Ka
hulul. Arrived June 15— Stmr Zealandla, hence
"HONOLULU - Arrived Jun« I - Br itmr
DOMESTIC PORTS.
I/)NDON, June 22.— Hr bk Falkland, from
Tacoma. for Falmouth, capsized and dlsan
poared off fltehops Kock. Captain and 20 of
crew rcreued.
HONOLULU. June 10.— JRr bark Senator,
from Ohemnlnus. for Liverpool, put Into Hllo.
Juno 1. Ir.iklnK lm<lly and puitijii dlnabled.
I<enk was dlecoVcrcd May 13, lat IS N. lonir
120 W. \
HONOLULU. Jun<» 14.— Ship J B Thomas!
from Newcastle. Aui", for Acnpulcn, arrived
Innt night In command of boatswain. Captain
Krown was drowned, April 23, during a gale.
Vessel lost all yards on mainmast; also fora
royal tnnst nnd slay and part of port bulwarks.
Carco shifted. Had three feet of wntor, In
hold • „_ _ • ¦ •"
MIHCKLLANKOUR.
POINT I/OBO8. June 23—10 p. m.— Weather
hazy, wind northwest; velocity 40 miles per
h?ur. • •
MEMORANDUM.
Per »hlp Star of Italy— Left Newcastle. Aua..
April 2?. with enrgo of 22.3(0 tons coal, for
Kin Francisco. Hitd fine weather throughout
the iuumik* with Hie exception of th» last
threo days, when a N wind with a
heavy ven. vti encountered. .June 8. lat 34 N,""
Ioiik 1CI W. found the coal In the main hatch
li<;itril. Had tn jcttl>on about CO ton*. .
' Per stmr China-Had heavy NW winds off
thij'ranft. June 18, 6 p. m., met stmr Gaelic,
from Bon Franel«-o. for. Hongkong.
TKLEORAPHIC,
Sunday. Jun« 23.
Ptmr Eureka. Jensen. 13 hours from Eureka.
Stnfr Sr.-juola. Wlnkcl. 14 hours from Kprt
nragg. •«
Stmr Honlta, Nopandcr, from San Pedro and
way X'crts. (
lir »tmr Victoria, Dlakey. M hours from Co-
RlOX.
Ship Star of Italy. Wester. (,2 days from
N«wcastla, Aus.
Ktmr Fulton, Lcvlnson, CO hours from Re
dondo. •¦ - ¦
Stmr Creenwood. Facerlund, 11 hours from
Whltesboro.
Hchr Han Mateo, Flecher, SO hours from Port
Los .\n;»les. •
SAILED.
. Sunday. Juno :i.
Ktmr Fanla Rosa. Alexander. San Dtctro. •
Ktmr Acme. I^undqulvt. Tlllamook.
Ktmr fieo I>v>mlP. HrldK'tt. Vrntura.
Hr *hlp Hrifaxt. Daviea, Queeniilown.
Schr Free Trade, Thorsen. .
Schr Jennlo Urlffln, Oamnbfll. Point litres.
Rchr Pearl. Hollowell. Unataska.
Horse Santa Paula. McOovern. Ventura.
Honolulu Shipping Ncwo.
The Mall steamshlD China brings the
news that tho army transport Buford was
In port at Honolulu on-- June 16. but was
to leave on the evening of that day tor
San Francisco. She may therefore be
looked for to-night or early to-morrow.
The cabin passengers on the transport are
the following named: «
General Ludlow, wife, maid and clerk; Colo
nel Goodale. wife and ton; Colonel Richmond,
Forty-first Infantry; Major Wholley, Captains
Mower. Iioston, Marshall, Haggrrty. Wads
worth. Martin and Clarke. Forty-first Infantry;
I.toutenanta Davldaon Dr. Uarratt. . Mclntosh.
Christie, Holseau. Miller. Glover. Towscn, 8tm
nions, Claxton. Caldwell, Cummlng* Oeall.
Forty-firm Infantry, and Lieutenant Beaonty,
acting adjutant. Forty-first Infantry: Major
Ruthern. commlisary department; Major Rod
man. Twentieth Infantry: Lieutenant Colonel
Helstand. adjutant general: Major Btddell. en
gineer corps: Major Chebb. Twenty-seventh
Infantry; Captain Lloyd. Fifteenth Infantry;
Captain Rerry. artillery corps; Lieutenant
Scott, artillery: Captain Dr. lletmett. Lieuten
ant SI.-k.-1, Thirty-eighth Infantry: I.Uuteu
ant Courtney. Thlrty-elnhth Infantr>"i Llru
tenant Hanne> ; . Twenty-second Infantry: Sec
ond Lieutenant AlUn Kmlth. Ninth Infantry;
Captain Chapman, wife and two children: Cap
tain Ahern and wife. Ninth Infantry: rx-l.icu
t.Mi.-uit Wllwm. Twentv-nlnth Infantry: t>m.
Fulcher. Norrta, Mnrrell, Thornberg, Hadderly.
Warwick and Shepherd, acting asulxtant sur
peons; Dr. Plnkhnm. assistant surgeon: MlF»en
Read and McCurdy. nur?e»; Mrn. Hylands. Mrs.
Crawford. Quart«rma»t<T'« <*lcrk Ola»sbr«nner.
Judgx VmitiK. Paymaster's Cleric Illchcock. and
I>r. Hunter, veterinary. ¦
Tlio Uuford loft Najjnfakl on May 26
and on the third day very heavy weather
wns run Into. -For t«"'ii davn the transport
buttle! with tho elements and by that
tlmo the supply of coal was ftcttlnir Bhort
and San Krnnclsco still a lonir way off.
On Jtuiv 7 It was decided after a conaiiUa*
tlon to put Into Honolulu for conl, where
th« % transport urrlved June li.
The bark S«?nator. which called from
Chemalnus. II. C. on April 7 for E:.Kinn<l
with more than a million feet of lumtar,
had to put Into Hllo In distress. On May
13 yh" Miir.miK k leak and »lx dayn later
nil hands hnd to work In order to keep
tho watiT down. On May 23 the port
pump broke down, but it was repaired
njraln. only to break down completely. On
Juno 4 tho crew wan nearly dead from ex
haustion. *o Captain Harrison decided tx>
run for Hllo. which was reached two days
Infr. The Senator will be towed to Ho
nolulu nnd discharged, after which she
will be put on the ways for an overhaul-
Ing.
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED.
From Yokohama— Mrs. A. 8. Bell. Earle Al
exander, Henry Ames and wlt», J. W. Barney,
S. Cobt> Coleman. A. Cramer, ;\V. S. Culver and
wife. !¦:. Cremers, Miss K. L». Cummlnsra. V.
A. Dodge and wife. Miss I* K. Edwards, M.
Enya, S. n. Klklns Jr., C. F. Kyrua and valet,
J. E. Foutz, M. D. tiarratt, C. L. Harker and
wife. F. C. Havemeyer. John Harvey, Colonel
O. Hlghbee and wife. Y. Isobe. J. A. Jarvis.
13. Kennedy and wife, F. Lawless, H. L,. Loo
inls, B. Messer, Mra. B. H. McC»lla, Miss L.
II. MeCalla. Dr. J. MacFayden, Dr. and Mis.
s. Weir Mitchell, valet and maid; Mlsa Elisa
beth Mitchell. J. J. Nlbloch. F. \V. Pitcher.
A. M. Reid and wife. Colonel F. Kcimari and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schuyler and maid,
II. Watanabe. IV. S. wheeler. W. p. wine,
Captain C. Yarneberg, and Mra. M. L. Ztnn.
From Honolulu— W. B. Allen, C. A. Byrne,
Miss L.. II. Byrne. K. J. Benjamin. 8. W.
Cowles E. K. Edwards, M. H. Buberg and
¦wife, J. A. Graack. Judge "A. 8. Humphreys,
wife, maid and Infant; Allen Herbert, wife
and maid: Miss E. A. Judson. Georga I.lnsley.
Mlas A. E. la Voy. Miss C. D. Judson. Colonel
Spauldlntc. Miss J. M. Spauldlns and maid.
R A. Mott Smith. Miss Minnie SchecngUJ.
D. M. Tralll, and H. P. Walton.
The China brings about 2C00 tona of car
go, composed principally of silks, rice and
matting-.
Tho Pacific Mall Company's steamship
China, which arrived from tho Orient Sat
urday evening, was released from quar
antlne yesterday and went to her dock.
She brought up 117 cabin and 48 second
cabin passengers and 374 Chinese in the
steerage. Those who .came over in the
cabin are the -following named: , .
From Hongkong— Mrs. \V. II. Avery, Captain
II. W. Almond, Colonel and Mrs. L. K. C.
Doyle, tho llev. \V. H. Cowum, wife and two
children; H. R. Dunlway. R. E. Humphrey.*.
"W. P. Aldrlch. H. lioycq Kup and wife, Mrs.
C. J. Docker. Miss Decker, Mlsa K. M. Lanc
ing, the Kev. J. T. Meyers, wife and infant;
K. S. Newman Sr. and son. Dr. Ilanchfufls, It.
Van Slklo. T. Knapp. Mrs. Ashton Totter,
Masters C. Meyers and II. Ottmanns. Misses
J. and E. Ottmanns, Miss M. Sander and Miss
White. -^
Transport Buford Calls at
Honolulu May 14 to v
Receive Coal.
A Number of Notables
From Orient Aboard'
the Vessel.
MAIL STEAMSHIP
CHINA ARRIVES
Steamer Morementsu
TO ARRIVE.
NEW YORK— Arrived June 23-^-Stmr Bre
tagne, from Havre; stmr City of Rome, from
Glasgow and Movllle; stmr Koln, from Bre
men. . . -
GIDRALTAR-Salled Jupe 23-stmr, Aller,
from Genoa and Naples, for New York.
SOUTHAMPTON— Sailed June 23— Stmr Zee*
land, from Antwerp, for New York.
QUEENSTOWN— Sailed June 23-Stmr Etru
rla, from Liverpool, for New York. ;
PHILADELPHIA — Arrived June 23 — Stmr
Westernland, from Liverpool and Queenstown.
PRAWLI3 POINT— Passed June 23— Stmr
Minneapolis, from New York, for London.
QUHENSTOWN— Arrived June 23-Stmr Sax
onia. -. from Boston. . for Liverpool, and pro
ceededd
OCEAN- STEAMERS.
VICTORTA-Arrlved June 23-Schr Honolulu,
from Honolulu. ¦
BRISBANE! — Arrived June 21— Br stmr
Moana, from Vancouver.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived June 20— Br stmr
Braemer, from Tacoma, via Hongkong", prior
to June 82— Jap stmr America Maru, hence
May 29; stmr Idzuml Maru, from Seattle.
HONGKONG— Arrived prior to June 22— Br
stmr Queen Adelaide,, from Tacoma.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Moana, from Victoria: stmr Helen*, hence
May 26: June 8— U 8 stmr Sheridan, hence
June 1; June 9—1 tal bark Paaquale Lauro.
from -. Newcastle. Aus: June 10— Bktn Archer,
hence May 28; June 11— Br stmr Carlisle City,
from Yokohama; stmr Colon, from Port Los
Angeles: ship John C. Potter, from Tacoma;
bark Alden Besse, hence May 29; bark Olym-
Slc, hence May 31: bark Diamond Head, hence
[ay 28: June 13— Stmr City of. Peking, hence
Juno 6; ehip J B Thomas, from Port Ste
phens; June 14— U 8 stmr Buford, from Ma
nila; June 15— U S stmr Mohican, from Ban
Diego, via Hllo; stmr China, from . China.
Sailed June 7— Jao atmr Hongkong Maru. for
San Francisco: June 8— Br stmr Moana, -for
Brisbane: bktn Skaglt, for Port Townsend";
June 11— U 8 stmr Sheridan, for Manila, via
Guam ; June ¦ IS— Stmr City of Peklnft. for
China: Br atmr Carlisle City, for San Diego;
bark Albert, for San Francisco; bark Gerard
C Tobey, for San Francisco; Juno 14— Stmr Co-
Ion, for Port Los Angeles.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1901.
TO BAIL.
9
Time Time Time Time
Date Ft Ft. Ft. Ft.
ILVW H W L, W . II W
14 ... ~~0tf7 IS 6:00 ~9.% 11:23 l.< «:1S S.S
35 ... 1:02 l.S 7:13 S.7 12:(X 2.0 7:00 S.S
» .. l:S! 1.0 S::: S.7 12:53 2.4 T:41 S.7
27... 2:JS 0.6 S:2S 3.8 1:40 2.7 0:15 5.7
23 ... 3:13 0.! 10:l!t 4.0 t:» 3.0 8:4* S.S
S9 ... >:.'.:— 0.1 11:02 4.4 3:10 3.1 9:21 S.S
SO ... 4:S3 0.4 11:44 4.S 3:5: 3.1 10:00 S.9
STATIONS.
5-
as ?- 3
ipfgi
m
: i
:?
Antorla 30.09 C6 46 W Cloudy .SO
ttaker 29.M 66 44 8W Cloudy 0
Chrnon .......i».7« 70 46 Wi Clear 0
Kureka . 30.04 E6 62 NW Clear 0
Fresno 29.72 9« HI NW Clear 0
Flfigntnfr ».72 82 48 8\V . Clear 0
Pocatello. Idaho...W.6« 7fi 6« NW Clear 0
Independence 29.49 M «3 W Clear 0
Lou Anselcs J9.7« 72 68 \V Clear 0
Phoenix 20.S2 101 72 W Clear 0
Portlnnd 2».M «0 RO NW Cloudy 0
nM niurr J».7« *n m nh cieaf - o*
HnsrburK »>.M 68 4S NR Clouily .H
Sacramento 29.78 78 60 RW Clour 0
Bait I^iUr 24.44 S<t fit NE Clear 0
Ban Kranclrco 29.*8 64. 48 W . Clear 0
Ban I^ulu Obl«po..29.S« 72 42 W Clear 0
Pan TMcro 25.H0 M 68 SW Cloudy 0
Scnttln 29. M 60 48 W .30
Bpokane 29.71 «« 4S 8\V "Cloudy 0
Neah Hay 29. 94 M 4S W, Cloudy .80
Walla Walla... ....29.M «S 48 8 . Pt.CMy 0
Wlnnomucca ...... 23.«« 70 46 W Cloudy 0
Yum* 28.51 10« 72 8W Clear 0
Steamer.
From.
Due.
Fulton
Corona
South Coast...
Rtval
Grace Dollar...
O. W. Elder...J
Pomona'.
Mackinaw
Xewburg
Arcata.....
Walla Walla...
Robert Dollar..
Crescent City..
Curacao..
Atnmon
Point Arena....
Santa Rosa....
Zrftlandla
Alliance..
Mattewan
Tucapel
San r.-Uro
Coot Bay
Empire
Doric
Han Jose
Columbia
Rainier
Coronado
San Pedro
San Diego
San Pedro
Willapa Harbcr »..
Redondo
Portland & Astoria....
Humboldt
Seattle
Grays Harbor
Ooos Bay
Puget Sound Port*.....
Seattle and Hadlock....
Crescent City ....'.
Mexican Ports
Hamburg & Way Pts.
Point Arena
San Diego
Honolulu
Portland Si Coos Bay..
Tacoma
Valparaiso A Way PU
Humboldt
Newport .'....
Coos Bay
China & Japan
Panama & Way Ports.
Portland & Astoria....
Seattle & N. Whatcom.
Redondo
June 24
June 24
June 21
June 2i
June *-
June ti
June 34
June 2i
June 2S
June 2<
June 21
June 2(
June 2]
June 2i
June '£
June Z'i
June Z,
June 2'
June 21
Jflne Z
June 2!
June T
June t
June 2
June 2
June Z
June 2
June 2:
June Z
Steamer.
Destination.
ISalla.l Pier.
I 1
1 Sails.
Jnne 24.
Banta Barb'r Rumboldt
Noyo Humboldt ....
G. Dollar Qraya Harbor ....
Jnne 2O.
North Fork.. Humboldt
Kur«ka Humboldt
Ciarlna Seattle and Tacoma
City Puebla.. Puget Sound Ports
iJonlta. San Pedro
Jnne SO.
Pomona Humboldt
Ulval Wlllapa Harbor....
Australia..... Tahiti via Marq'sai
Corona Ban Diego
Jnne 27.
Hawaiian.... Hawaiian Islands..
G. AW Elder. Astoria & Portland
Jnne 2H.
Alliance Portland & Coon B.
Pan Juan Panama & Way Pt»
Ncwburg Gray* Harbor .?..
Argvll K. Y. via Panama
Arcata Coos Bay
June 2!>.
China China & Japan
Zealandla.... Honolulu
Coronado Prattle ft Everett..
ban IVIro.... Hutr.boldt
Coon Bay Newport ..,
Potnt Arena.. Point Arena
1 pm'ricr J
S pm Pier :
5 pm Pier i
9 am Pier i
9 am Pier V
12 m Pier i
11 am Pier i
9 am Pier 11
1:30 p Pier J
5 pm 5th St.
10 am Pier '
9 am Pier 11
9 am Pier a
11 am Pier Z\
S pm Pier If
12 m I'MSS
5 pm Pier :
2 pm S.W. 3
11 ml Pier i;
I
1 pm PMS3
1 pm Pier \;
S pm Pier "
10 am Pier :
» anfPler 11
2 pmjPler :
Steamer.
Destination.
Sails.
Quern
NozneClty
KxceUlor
Itolphln
City of Seattle.
DirtfO..
Alkl
Ptnator
Cottage City...
C?ha«. Nelson..
Koanok* i
J. 8. Klmball.
Fkaguay & Way Ports. Juno U
Nome. Teller & Topkuk June S3
Vatdcs A Way Port*.. June 25
Skacuay A Way Ports. June U
Hkaguay & Way Ports. Juno 23
Hkaajuay A Way Ports. June 19
SkacuiV A Way Ports. June I»
Nome direct June »
Hkturuny & Way Ports. June 2*
FknKuoy * Way Ports. June 31
Nairn & St. Michael.. July I
Nome & St. Michael.. July 1
STATIONS.
5-
as ?- 3
ipfgi
m
: i
:?
Antorla 30.09 C6 46 W Cloudy .SO
ttaker 29.M 66 44 8W Cloudy 0
Chrnon .......i».7« 70 46 Wi Clear 0
Kureka . 30.04 E6 62 NW Clear 0
Fresno 29.72 9« HI NW Clear 0
Flfigntnfr ».72 82 48 8\V . Clear 0
Pocatello. Idaho...W.6« 7fi 6« NW Clear 0
Independence 29.49 M «3 W Clear 0
Lou Anselcs J9.7« 72 68 \V Clear 0
Phoenix 20.S2 101 72 W Clear 0
Portlnnd 2».M «0 RO NW Cloudy 0
nM niurr J».7« *n m nh cieaf - o*
HnsrburK »>.M 68 4S NR Clouily .H
Sacramento 29.78 78 60 RW Clour 0
Bait I^iUr 24.44 S<t fit NE Clear 0
Ban Kranclrco 29.*8 64. 48 W . Clear 0
Ban I^ulu Obl«po..29.S« 72 42 W Clear 0
Pan TMcro 25.H0 M 68 SW Cloudy 0
Scnttln 29. M 60 48 W .30
Bpokane 29.71 «« 4S 8\V "Cloudy 0
Neah Hay 29. 94 M 4S W, Cloudy .80
Walla Walla... ....29.M «S 48 8 . Pt.CMy 0
Wlnnomucca ...... 23.«« 70 46 W Cloudy 0
Yum* 28.51 10« 72 8W Clear 0
Time Time Time Time
Date Ft Ft. Ft. Ft.
ILVW H W L, W . II W
14 ... ~~0tf7 IS 6:00 ~9.% 11:23 l.< «:1S S.S
35 ... 1:02 l.S 7:13 S.7 12:(X 2.0 7:00 S.S
» .. l:S! 1.0 S::: S.7 12:53 2.4 T:41 S.7
27... 2:JS 0.6 S:2S 3.8 1:40 2.7 0:15 5.7
23 ... 3:13 0.! 10:l!t 4.0 t:» 3.0 8:4* S.S
S9 ... >:.'.:— 0.1 11:02 4.4 3:10 3.1 9:21 S.S
SO ... 4:S3 0.4 11:44 4.S 3:5: 3.1 10:00 S.9
Steamer.
Destination.
Sails.
Quern
NozneClty
KxceUlor
Itolphln
City of Seattle.
DirtfO..
Alkl
Ptnator
Cottage City...
C?ha«. Nelson..
Koanok* i
J. 8. Klmball.
Fkaguay & Way Ports. Juno U
Nome. Teller & Topkuk June S3
Vatdcs A Way Port*.. June 25
Skacuay A Way Ports. June U
Hkaguay & Way Ports. Juno 23
Hkaajuay A Way Ports. June 19
SkacuiV A Way Ports. June I»
Nome direct June »
Hkturuny & Way Ports. June 2*
FknKuoy * Way Ports. June 31
Nairn & St. Michael.. July I
Nome & St. Michael.. July 1
Steamer.
Destination.
ISalla.l Pier.
I 1
1 Sails.
Jnne 24.
Banta Barb'r Rumboldt
Noyo Humboldt ....
G. Dollar Qraya Harbor ....
Jnne 2O.
North Fork.. Humboldt
Kur«ka Humboldt
Ciarlna Seattle and Tacoma
City Puebla.. Puget Sound Ports
iJonlta. San Pedro
Jnne SO.
Pomona Humboldt
Ulval Wlllapa Harbor....
Australia..... Tahiti via Marq'sai
Corona Ban Diego
Jnne 27.
Hawaiian.... Hawaiian Islands..
G. AW Elder. Astoria & Portland
Jnne 2H.
Alliance Portland & Coon B.
Pan Juan Panama & Way Pt»
Ncwburg Gray* Harbor .?..
Argvll K. Y. via Panama
Arcata Coos Bay
June 2!>.
China China & Japan
Zealandla.... Honolulu
Coronado Prattle ft Everett..
ban IVIro.... Hutr.boldt
Coon Bay Newport ..,
Potnt Arena.. Point Arena
1 pm'ricr J
S pm Pier :
5 pm Pier i
9 am Pier i
9 am Pier V
12 m Pier i
11 am Pier i
9 am Pier 11
1:30 p Pier J
5 pm 5th St.
10 am Pier '
9 am Pier 11
9 am Pier a
11 am Pier Z\
S pm Pier If
12 m I'MSS
5 pm Pier :
2 pm S.W. 3
11 ml Pier i;
I
1 pm PMS3
1 pm Pier \;
S pm Pier "
10 am Pier :
» anfPler 11
2 pmjPler :
Steamer.
From.
Due.
Fulton
Corona
South Coast...
Rtval
Grace Dollar...
O. W. Elder...J
Pomona'.
Mackinaw
Xewburg
Arcata.....
Walla Walla...
Robert Dollar..
Crescent City..
Curacao..
Atnmon
Point Arena....
Santa Rosa....
Zrftlandla
Alliance..
Mattewan
Tucapel
San r.-Uro
Coot Bay
Empire
Doric
Han Jose
Columbia
Rainier
Coronado
San Pedro
San Diego
San Pedro
Willapa Harbcr »..
Redondo
Portland & Astoria....
Humboldt
Seattle
Grays Harbor
Ooos Bay
Puget Sound Port*.....
Seattle and Hadlock....
Crescent City ....'.
Mexican Ports
Hamburg & Way Pts.
Point Arena
San Diego
Honolulu
Portland Si Coos Bay..
Tacoma
Valparaiso A Way PU
Humboldt
Newport .'....
Coos Bay
China & Japan
Panama & Way Ports.
Portland & Astoria....
Seattle & N. Whatcom.
Redondo
June 24
June 24
June 21
June 2i
June *-
June ti
June 34
June 2i
June 2S
June 2<
June 21
June 2(
June 2]
June 2i
June '£
June Z'i
June Z,
June 2'
June 21
Jflne Z
June 2!
June T
June t
June 2
June 2
June Z
June 2
June 2:
June Z
AloAVOY' Oe. CO.. I
rUNKHAL. DIItFTCTORS A. EMDALMRllS, I
1229 Market St.. between 8th ana »th. I
Telepbons South 247. f
tfcuccessoV to Flsnnsgsn * Q«llsfbcr.>
DANIEL P. DONOVAN.* Mir.
FUNEP.AI. rjIl'.ECTOnS AND KfttUALMERS.
to Fifth at., opposll* Llncola Hchool.
Talephonr Routh SO. ¦ -
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO.
Eugene McUlnn. - McUINN IlUOa.
Funeral Directors 'and Kmbalmers, ' '
31 EDDY STREET. Z-
Telephone South 24?. Kan Francisco.
No Cnn_n»Ptlgn_Wlth_ Any Other House. ¦
81r Robert Ball has been telling- a
youthful audlcnco In England that every
100 yearx tho Him loses Itvo miles of. Its
diameter. To allay anxloty, however, lio
mentioned that the diameter of the sun
Ih 860,000 miles and that 40,000 years henco
the diameter would still bo 858,000 miles. •
STATEMENT
. -—OT THE — -•
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
•—OF THE — •' . •: '•
AMERICAN FIRE
WSUBAHCE COMPANY * ~:
OT PHILADELPHIA, B« THE BTATB OT
Pennsylvania, on tha list day of Decem- .
b«r, A. D. 1*00, and for tha year ending; on that
day, as made to the' Insurance Commissioner of
the State of California, pursuant to th* pro-
visions of sections 610 and 611 of the PoIltleaP
Code, condensed M per blank furnished by the.
Commissioner. . .* * 1
CAPITAL.
Amount ef Capital Stock* paid 09 la ' * > *
Cash. .;. ;.... g0».M0«
. ASSETS. '•¦ "" """"
Real Estate owned by Company. S401S79 W
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages. 134.473 tt
Cash Market Value of all Stocks and • . .
Bonds owned by Company WX.T19 9
Amount of Loans secured by pladg* - • • .
«f Bosda. Stocks, and other mar- r • •
ketabls seeurtUes as collateral tVSOs 0»
Cash la Company's Office. I.J10 Bt
Cash In Banks. X».0M»
Interest due and accrued on. all
Stocks and Loans ¦ . MOO
Interest doe and accrued, on Bond*
and Mortgages 11,141 T4
Premiums In due Cours* of Collection 133.lt> IT
Interest. and Rants due..; • T.JSO M •
Ground - rents, well secured........... 10.320 09
Rents accrued ~ X31 8
Total Assets t2.4T7.8O 00
frTftyfT.rE'iirft, ¦ . .
Losses adjusted asd unpaid........... ftT.UO 4*
Losses In process of Adjustment or
Hi Suspense '».*410t
Losses resisted. Including expenses.. . (.991 13 ¦
Gross premium* on Firs Risks run-
ning one year or less, U. 038, 501 S3;
reinsurance M per cent ' S19.S0 »
Gross premiums on Firs Risks run*
nlng more {than one year, tl.013-
354 18; reinsurance^ pro rata.. M,fR 12
Amount reclalznable by th« Insured
on perpetual fir* insurance policies 577, ITT 45
Total Liabilities :..".....;...!l.T».TOs 88 '
; 'iNCOMB. . ¦ - .
Nst casa actually received tor Ttrs - • •'
premiums QiC&.tM 0
Deposit premiums on perpetual risks. M.TM 41
Received for Interest on Bonds and • --- .
Mortgages IMItB
Received (or Interest and dividends
on Bonds, Stocks, Loans, and from ' ' . .
all other source 40.M0 a
Received for Rents MM OO"
Received from all othec sources 1.815 43
Total laeoma Ii.433.7cs w
EXPENDITURES.
Net amount paid for Fire Losses (in*
eluding S170.385 32. losses of previous • •
years) tS3T,TM K
Deposit premiums returned .......... U.1M3T
Dividends to Stockholders 15,000 M •
Paid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 3X*» tt
Paid tor - Salaries. Pees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc... 48.104 00
Paid for State. National and Local
taxes 47,133 «3
All other payments sad expenditures 174,347 9S
Total Expenditures .............. .n. coe.ns e7'
Fire.
Losses Incurred daring tns year...... 1948.455 ft
Risks and Premiums. | Fir* Risks. Premiums.
Net amount of Risks
written during the
year IUS.1H.M7 H.m.SSIU
Net ' amount of Risks . • - - -»•
expired during the
year 190. 451. 419 3.(34,133 »*
Net amount In force
December 31 1900..... 137.4tt.lM 10M.S5* It
THOS. H. MONTOOMERT. Prest. J
RICHARD MARIS. Sec'y.
Subaeribed and sworn to before me, this 1st
day of February, JsOL H. F. REARDOX
1 Kotary Public *
EDWARD BROWN & SONS,
GENBffAI. AGENTS.
411-13 California St., San Framlsco, Cal.
C A. HENRY & CO.,
CITY AGENTS.
S15 Sansom* Street*
STATEMENT
— CT THJS— -
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
—OF THE— tv.' '
DELAWARE
INSURANCE COMPANY ' \t
OT PHILADELPHIA. IK THE STATE Ol»
Pe&nsylvanis. on lh» 31st dajr ot December.
A. X>. 1900. and for the rear endlnc on that
day. as made to the Insurance Commissioner ot •
the State of California, pursuant to the pro-
visions of sections 410 and (11 of the Political
Cede, condensed as per blank furnished by tbe
CoTtnlssloner; *
CAPITAL. • •
Amount of Capital Stock, paid a»
In Cash .*• >T8lf3 Q>
assets. '
Real Estate owned by Company...... 91Q.UW n
Loans on Bonds and Morts^ges...... 123.700 W
Cash Market Vslue of all Stocks an4 .
Bonds owned by Company « tSO.SM 00 • >
Amount of Loans secured by pledjcs . .
of Bonds. Stocks and other market* . . ',•„•
able securltiaa as collateral * 10.0m e# -'-
Cash in Company's Ofilce...,..., • 469 48
Cash In Banks 137.197 tt -.
Interest due and accrued on all ¦ >J
Stocks and Loans 13.749 5«
Interest due and accrued on Bonds ¦• . •
and Mortgages tStf U
Premiums in due course of Collection 112.J3T M . . .*
Rents due and accrued....... 639 Zt
Tout Assets .tl.MrT.Wl C?
LIABILITIES. ~
Loots adjusted and unpaid IL^SJ;
Losses in process of Adjustment or .
In Suspense 4O.4&4S '
Lossts resisted. Including: expense*.. X.SZ* 00
Um« premiums on Fire Rtsks run- . •
nlng one year or less, 1380,(09 •»;¦
reinsurance M per cent..*. 1S0.SO4 It:
Gross premium on Firs Risks run* .
nine nort ' than . on* year. M*3,«
HSil: reinsurance pro rata........ 141.574 00
Amount reclalmabl* by the insured
on perpetual fire Insurance policies ' 1 OS. 314 50
Cash dividends remaining unpaid.... - 77 W
Total Liabilities 9S3KU* 39
INCOME. ; ..
Net cash actually received for Firs
premiums H84.f9f W .
Deposit premiums on perpetual risks ¦ 14. Ill Ik
Received (or Interest on Bonds and
Uortsac*s-... 4.S39 IS
Received for Interest and dividends
on Bonds. Stocks, Loans and from
all other sources «... .44,4917 .
Received for Rents -.,...... I. CO 90
Received from all other source*. ..... l.m SO
: Total Income ......;... .......;....*. $m.P< tt
EXPENDITURES.
Net amount paid for Flr« Losses (in-
cludlnc tei.»* 4». los«e« of pr«-
vious years) S474.J54 53 .
Deposit premiums returned 4.595 81
Dividends to Stockholders 43.133 SO
Paid or allowed for Commission or ¦
Broken** ;........ HIW M
Paid for Salaries. Fees and other \ :
charges for officers, clerks, etc.... 73,703 39
Paid for State. National and Local
taxes JJ.SOB M
Ail ether payments and sotpandU
tures •• ' 7T.ni 33
Total Expenijttuns .................. t»«,3<4 «i
¦. ''frj >;V- Fir*.
T-ossss teeurrea during ths year.... 1475.130 00 ¦•.
"Risks and Premiums. Fire Risks. Premiums.
Net smount of sisks - • -
££«:. .!«L..?S •S4.si3.c4 h.ok»«:
Net amount '• of Risks ¦ ¦ . . *•'
expired during the
year 71.401.10 tM.347 70
Net amount " In force ' "
December 31. 1900..... 10«.S3<,04« tO34.BS» 31 '.
"- T" CHAS. H. TARNALL, Vice Prest. " ".
HENRY LTLBURNiTsec'y. ¦:' - '
Subscribed 'and sworn to before me. this Hat
day ot January, 1901." -^'h.- •>
. RICTTD H. REILLT.
_^ Notary Publlo, . •
EDWARD BROWN & SONS,
GENERAL AGENTS, ' ' . i,' > v
4IM3 California St., Sao Francisco, Cal.
ROBERTSON & NIPPERT,
CITY AGENTS, . ".
" tl8' Canayna; Street. .• .
WBOaly Cal $1.00 uerTear :
AUCTION SALES
£a AUCTION SALE* £&
' / THIS DAT,
MONDAY. June 24, at 11 o'clock, tt 1(34
FOLSOM street, between 12th and 13th, of 40
Head- of WELL-BROKEN HORSES, suitable
for contractors, campers and delivery wagon*;
also t Head of well-broken saddle and driving
horses and one handsome pony, suitable for
children to ride and drive. This stock will be
shown in harness.
\ S. W ATKINS. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE.
•£a fe* -fea
SPEED. SPEED. SPEED.
FRIDAY. June 2V*t 11 o'clock, at J. D.
Horan's aalesyards. corner Tenth and Bryant
sts. By order of Captain Hackett. 1 will sell
100 head of the finest bred trotting and run-
ning horses ever offered In California: also
several matched carriage teams, polo ponies
and work horses of every description. -The
above stock was formerly owned by Dan Mc-
Carthy. They are all well broken to and bred
In the purple and will positively be sold to the
highest tldder without reserve. Catalogues day
of sale. S. W ATKINS. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE
fc* OF • fe%
75 Head of TOTTKO BROKEN T>RTvTNO.
WORK and DRAFT HORSES, suitable for
bakers, milkmen, express, contractors, brewery,
delivery, etc.. weighing from 1O0O to aSOO;
matched teams.
PROPERTY OF J. W. CHURCHILX. OJ*
YREKA and others.
To be sold on THURSDAY. June 27. 1301.
At 11 a. m., at
Salesyard. 1733 MARKET STREET, corner
Van Ness avenue. .
FRED H. CHASE! * CO..
Successors to -KlIIlp & Co.,
- Livestock Auctioneers.
MORTGAGE SALE.
By the order of Q. H. PERRY, mortgagee,
the contents of the Willows Stable. 1125 Mis-
sion street, will be sold at auction on TUES-
DAY. June 25, at 11 a. m.. consisting of 35
Horses. 4 Hacks, Buggies. Wagons. Surrey.
Harness, etc. J. J. DOYLE, Auctioneer. ¦
OCEAN THA.VXL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Go.*
; 1 Steamers leave Broadway
¦»- Wharf, San Francisco:
Vg^^p^. For Alaskan port* — 11 a. m..
¦ H^. June 25. 30, July 3. Change to
¦"?ksk company's steamers at Seattle.
For Victoria. Vancouver (B.
1 C.). Port Townsend, Seattle.
¦^^^SbbbbbbU Tacoma. Everett. Anacortes
f^^^H HB And New Whatcom (Wash.) —
•^ 11 a. m., June 25, 39. July 5,
and every fifth day thereafter.
Change at' Seattle for this company's steamers
for Alaska and G. N. Ry.: at Seattle or Ta-
coma for N. P. Ry. : at Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Eureka and Humboldt Bay— 1:30 p. m..
June tt. July 1. 8. 11. 15, 20, 25, 30, August 4.
For San Diego, stopping only at Santa Bar-
! bora. Port Los Angeles and Redondo (Los An-
geles) — Steamer Queen. Wednesdays. 9 a. m. ;
Steamer Santa Rosa. Sundays. It m.
For Los Angeles, calling at Santa Crux. Mon-
terey. San Simeon. Cayucos. Port Harford (San
Luis Oblspo), Gavlota. Santa Barbara. Ven-
tura. Husneme. Ean Pedro. East San Pedro.
¦Newport ('Corona only) — Steamer Corona. Sat-
: urdays, 9 a. m. ; Steamer Bonita. Tuesdays. *
a. m.
For Ensenada. Magdalena Bay, San Jose del
Cabo. Mazatlan. Altata. La Pax. Santa Rosa*
lla and Cuaymas <Mex.)— 10 a. m., 7th each
month.
For further Information obtain company's
folders.
The company reserves the right to change
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing
without previous notice.
TICKET OFFICE— 4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL. PERKINS * CO.. Gen. Agents.
( 10 Market St.. San Francisco.
O. #?. St N. CO.
Only at0«mshlp Xilsmw «o
PORTLAND, Or.,
And Short Unit Line from Portland Co all
print* East. Through ticket* to ail
points, all rail np utenmshln and rail, at
XiOtxrosop xuk.'X'xia.
ITXIKSK TICKTS IHCLODI 11ETI aai UliXS.
ES. COLUMBIA .-^.
snll" July S. 12. 51. August 1. II. 21
gS. GEO. W. ELDER
...Sails June Zl. July 7. 17. IT. August I. IS
D.W.HITCHCOCK. O«n.As;t..l Montgom'y.S.F.
AMERICAN LINE.
HZV Y03K. 8GHriAI!?T0*. lOXMW. VASI1
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New # York Everv Wednesday, 19 a. m.
St. Paul.... July lifSt. Louis August 1«
St. Louis July i; Philadelphia.. August 21
St. Paul August ?>8t. Paul.. ....August 2t
RED STAR LINE.
New York and Antwerp.
From New York Every Wednesday, U boob
Kensington July flPennland July 14
•Zeeland July tt Southwark July II
Friesland July 17]*Vadertand ..August 7
*Stop at Cherbourg, eastbound.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION CO..
CHAS. D. TAYLOR.
General Agent Tactile Coast. 10 Montgomery st.
TOYO RISEN KAISHA.
STEAMERS WirX. LEAVE WHARF. COR.
ner First and Brannan streets, at 1 p. m..
for YOKOHAMA ani HONGKONG, calling at
Kobe (Hlogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
India, etc. No cargo received on board on
<1ny of MlUnr.
PS. HONOKONO M A RU. Saturday. June 13.1801
SS. NIPPON MARC. .Wednesday. July IT. 1J01
SS. AMERICA MARU. Saturday. Aug. 10. 1*01
Round trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's offlce.
451 Market street, corner First.
W. H. AVERT. General Agent.
octanics.sxcss
SS. AUSTRALIA, for Tahiti
Wednesday. June I*. 10 a. n.
88. ZKALANMA (Honolulu only)
Saturday. June 2*. t p. m.
6S. SIERRA (via Honolulu) for ' Samoa,
New Zealand and Australia
Thursday. July II. 10 a.m.
J. D.SPIEDIELS & BBOS. CO . fi««ral iMnti. S27 Vartst ft
ta'l Paamgsf onto, H3 tortat >t.liir H. t. Patflc tl
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
And CIA SUD AMBRICA.NA OB VAPORES
To Valparaiso, stopping at Mexican. Central
and South American ports. Sailing from How-
ard-street wharf No. 3, 12 m.
TUCAPEL ......July « ACONCAGUA ..July tS
AREQUIPA ....July lOlPERIT August »
These steamer* are built expresplr for Cen-
tral and South American .Twsaenver service.
(No change at Acapulco or Panama.) Freight
and passrnrer office. Si« California street.
BALFOUR. OUTHR1E * CO.. Gen. Agents.
DAM AM A Q D steamship
rAMAmA H. n. line
TO NEW YORK VIA PANAMA DIRECT.
Cabin. 1105; Steerage. W0.
6.8.*rfty11 sails Fri lay. tfuira 98
S. *J. Eectnnaw j mtiti* Mon Jiy, July IS
8. S. Argyll «n'N Mondnv. Auft. IS
From Bea* Wall (Section I) at > p. in.
: Freight and passenger office, 830 Market st
'. ; F. F. CONNOR. Pacinc Coast Agent.
COVrAQMIK GtMSKAtl TsUMSATLAXTiOTn
DIRECT L1NF. TO HAVRE- PARIS. . -^^-
Snlllnu every Thursday. Instead of j^HBrm
fiaturdny. at W «. m., from pier iZ.mMlam*
North River, foot of Morton street; La Br««
tagne. June I7r La Champagne, July 4; La
Clascogne. July II: *La Lorraine. July IS.
First class to Havre, $53 and upward. Second
class to 'Havre, «4S and upward. GENERAL
AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES and CAN-
ADA S3 Broadway (Hudson building), . New
York.* J. K.- FUOAZI & CO.. Paclflo Coast
Agents, 6 Montgomery avenue. San Francisco.
Tickets so>d by all Railroad Ticket Agents. .
- Twin Screw Express Steamers.
BAT AND BIVIR f STEAMERS.
FOR U. S. NAVY YARD AND VALLEJQ.
.Steamers GEN. FRISBIE or MONTICELLO '
1:45 a. m., 1:15 and 8:30 p. m.. except Sun-'
day. Sunday, 9:« a^m.. 8:30 p. m. Leaves
Vallejo 7 a. m., 1S:W\ noon. • p.m., except
Sunday. Sunday, 7 a.m., 4:11 p. m. Far* M
cents. Telephone Main 1S0I. Landing and of* •
flee. ,pl«r :. Mlsulon-st. dock./- HATCH UROSU |
CTThe funcrol will ink* pl<ic« this d*y
(Mondny). nt 8:30 o'clock, from her late ren|.
dence, 24I7H Urvant street, near Twenty-
thlr<l. thence to fit. Peter's Church, where n
solemn requiem mnrs will lx» cripbnitpd for
th» repose of her soul, commencing nt B
o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
\VICKKR8HAM-The funeral of the late F. A.
¦vVlckersham. president of th» Wlckershftm
Bank of T'etaluma, will tnko nlnro to-mor-
mw (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, from his Inte
residence In Prtaluma.
WILLIAMS— In Hast Onkland. June N. 1901,
Pearl Fenton. dearly beloved daughter of
Frank nnd ICInora. Williams, a native, of
Fsn Francisco, aged 7 years 4 months and 10
days.
ETFrlonds nnd acquaintance* nr* respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
'(Mondny). at 1:30 o'clock, from the Third
Baptist Church, Powell street, between But-
ter and Rush, Han Francisco. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemrtr>ry.
(TTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from 424 Ka««t Tenth
street. East Oakland. Interment Mountain
View Cemetery.
WEIjCH— In Pctniumn, June 21, 1901. Twih»ll.
wife of James Welch, denrly bMoved mothT
of ("Joorge. Arthur. Florence and Clarence
Welch nnd Mrs. Josl» Madden, and beloved
p|«t«>r of Mm. Majcwle Hhove, a native of
TM'blln, Ireland, aged &2 years 3 months nnd
C dnvs.
CTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral thin day
(Monday). »t 8:41 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of the Pacinc Undertakers. 777 Mis-
sion street, thence to St. Patrick's Church
for services At 9 o'clock. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery.
TAPPAN— In this city. June 23. 1901. Mildred
Daniel Tappan. a native of Newport. Ky..
aped t^ years and l> days. (Cincinnati. Ohio,
and Memnhls. Tenn.. papers p|eR«e copy.)
?7Frlend* and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), nt 1 o'clock, from the residence
of her niece. Mrs. n. C. Miller. 1920 Baker
utrc't. Cremation private.
WARE— In Alameda. June 22. 1901. Allre Ware,
beloved widow of the late 8. A. Ware, a na-
tive of Ohio, ajed 44 years.
WATnnHOUSB-In Oakland, Juno 22. 1»}|.
Kathryn. Iwloved wife of O. M. Waterhouse.
daughter nf Mrs. M. H. Frl»rt»on. and Mster
of R. W.; Ruth. Myra. McHrM*. Joslc nnd
Tlllle Frlerson. Mrs. S. A. Ullss and Mrs.
J. L. Stewart, a tmtlve of Qulncy. IJ|., B c«-1
2* years. (Plttsburic. Pa., papers plensu
copy.)
EiyFrlend* and* acquaintances are respect-
fu'Iy Invited to attend the funeral services]
this day tMnndny). at 2 o'clock, at his late
residence, r.27 Octavla street. Interment Sa-
lem Cemetery by 3:J0 o'clock train from
Third and Town-tend streets 1 ..
SMITH— In this city. June 20. 1901. Dell* T..
dearly beloved daughter of Delia and the
late Martin Smith, and sister of Mary and
the lute Michael Joseph and Thomas Smith,
a n»tl\-e of San Francisco. areJ 1? years 8
months n.n.l 11 day.
We miss thee from our home, dear;
We miss thee from thy place.
A shadow o'er our life Is cast—
We miss the sunshine of thy fare.
We miss thy kind and willing hand.
Thy fnn-l and earnest care.
Our home Is dark without thee;
We miss thee everywhere.
-BY HER DEAR MOTHER.
ROTH— In this city. June 22. 1501. Samuel,
beloved husband of Rachel Roth, and father
of Mrs. Rose Marks and Jacob; Mark. Cao-
saf. Mae. Etta, Kannle and HattU* Roth, a
native of Schwerccutz. Pcs?n. aged li year*.
C7" Interment private.
READY— In this city. June 22. . 1901, A. J.
Re&dy, a native of South Carolina, aced 3!
years. » .
. V7 Remains at the parlors or J. C. O'Con-
nor & Co.. T«7 Mission street. Notice of
B7The funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 9 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. ISIS Hyde street. thence to St.
BrUld's Church, where a requiem high mm
will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
MOORK— At "Oreyrocks." Kxeter, Tulare
County. Cal.. June 23, 1901. Frances J. P..
beloved wife c Austin I). Moore, and
mother nt Percy P. Moore and Mm. Edwnrd
J. Pringle Jr. and Frances If. Moore, aged
IS years.
E7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 1444 San Bruno avenue. - Interment
Cypress Lawn Cemetery by carriage.
MCKNIGHT— In this city. June 23. 1901. Peter
McKnlght. father of John. Charles and Lot-
tie McKnlzht. and brother of John J. Me-
Knlel.t. a native of Ireland, aged 65 years.
C7Not!ce of funeral in Tuesday morning
Iiarers.
MULHALL— In this city. June 21. 1901. Jpsosjh
P.. beloved husband of the late Mary Mul-
Imll. a native of Dublin, Ireland.
CTThe funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy street.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
KEXXEDV-In this city. June 23. 1901. Bridget
A., dearly beloved wife of the late Dennis
Kennedy, and loving mother of Mrs. L.
Lynch. Mrs. M. Floyd and Mrs. K. Menton
nnd Thomas and the late William Kennedy,
and sister of Mrs. H. Osborne, a native of
Ireland, ased 6S years. (New York papers
;>lease cor>y.)
H7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of J. C. O'Connor & Co.. 787 Mission street,
thence to St. Patrick's Church for services.
Interment Mount Calvary
KOKNITZER— In this city, Ane 22, 1901. Ott.i
M.. *bcloved husband of Le*na Koenltter. and
father of Martha and Elsie Koenluer, and
brother of Robert Koenluer of Bt. Louis, a
nativ-e of Germany, aged 34 years 10 months
and 9 days.
C^Funeral services will be held this day
(Monday), at 11 o'clock, at the chapel at Odd
Fellows' Cemetery. Remains at the parlors
of the California Undertaking Company. 405
1 Powell street, near Post.
HOLMQUIST-In this city. June 22. 1901. Nlles
H.. beloved husband of Eliza Holmqulgt. and
father of Louisa Sllveira. a native of Swed-
en, ased G5 yearn 4 months and 23 days.
IPTriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), al 9:30 o'clock, from her late resl=
dence, 1731 Addlson street, thence to St. Jo-
seph's Church, where a Bolemn requiem high
mars will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment
St. Mary's Ceirienetery, Oakland.
HEWSTON— In this city. June 21. 1901. Jennie
Hewston. daushter of the late Dr. George
Hewston, and sister of Kmmett R. Hewston,
a native of Philadelphia. Pa.
E7"Notleeof funeral hereafter.
HABERLAN— In' Berkeley. June 23. 1901. Eliza-
beth Jennett, beloved wife .of J. J. Haber-
lan. and mother of Francis and Mary Kllza-
beth Haberlan, and daughter of Elizabeth
and the late John Klaker, and sister of Mrs.
B. F. Calhoun and Mrs. M. C. Frick and
John Flaker. a native of San Francisco, Cal.,
ased 24 years 1 month and 27 days.
CyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, SOT Clementina street, thence to Bt.
Patrick's Church,^vhere a solemn requlom
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing' at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. •"'
DU.\SMUin-At San Leandro. June 22. 1901,
Josephine Dunsmulr, widow of the late
Alexander Dunsmulr.
BRITTON— In this city, June 23. 1901, Lottie
K. Krltton, mother of Ruth Britton, and
sister of W. N. and George B. Dudgeon, a
native of Michigan, aged 33 yean 3 montha
and S days.
COLEMAN— In this city. June 2*. 1801. John
Henry Coleman. a native of Ireland.
[CRrmatns at the parlors of Halsted *
Co.,- 94a Mission street.
DALTON— In this city. June 23. 1901. Margaret
M.. beloved wife of Michael M. Dalton. a
native .of, County ¦ Cork, Ireland, aged 62
years. ' . • .. •
Schinm. .a native of Ireland, aged 68 years
(ETInterment Odd Fellow*' Cemetery, San
Francisco, to-morrow (Tuesday), »t 2. o'clock.
BRKNNAN— In this city, June 23, 1901, Michael
T.. beloved husband of the late Joanna Bren-
nan. and father of William and Emmet
Brenr.an and Mr*. Thoman E. Curran and
the late John T. Brennan and Mrs. Mary E.
day), at 10:15 o'clock, at his late residence,
1630 Buchanan street. Interment Hills of
Eternity Cemetery, by' 11:30 o'clock train
from Third and Townsend streets. '". >
BETTENCOURT— In Oakland. June 13. 1901..
Mrs. Rosa de S. Bettencourt. beloved wife At
A. de S. Bettencourt, and mother o( P..m
H.. Dr. J. do S.. M. de S. and J. C. de 8.
Ketteneourt, a native of Portugal, aced 81
years 2 months and 1 . 20 Mays. . •'• '
(E7 Friends and acquaintances are respect*
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 9:80 o'clock, from St. Joseph's
(Portuguese) Church. Oakland, where a re-
quiem mass will bo celebrated for tho re-
pose of her soul. Interment St. Mary's Cem-
etery, Oakland.
BLEII^— In San Mateo, Cal., June 21. 1901.
Wesley Cecil, dearly beloved and youngest
Ron of Georse W. and Elisabeth C. Blell.
nnd Grandson of Mrs. Anna Sapln, a native
of San Matco. Cal.. aged 9 montha and 23
days.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS. I
; ALAMEDA COTTAGESFOR SALE. j
'^tS,* 1 ?^^??'™ cott *C*. « rooms: hath; lot .
W»1SI>. Ki< Mctart >t.. Alanyda. Mastlck stn.
) BERKELEV ADVERTISEMENTS ;
MEniCELEY 11EAL ESTATE.
tr<A-tiW) _carh~bin^r»irper month; why^pay
nwrM f. 00 " 1 *- chicken house and yard; let
SS&xVco!^ 2 block9 l0 cars - r m c - :
* 1 «i > i"~Sii Ok '' n r * ncli » '-room house, all hard !
IiniFhed. mar tei. basement: all floored; well,
tanknouse chicken-house, barn, etc.: 1100 ;
. <*ash. bal. 110 per mo. W. C. M^RAN & CO.
I1^~ A - Cr t.i ot ' : t10 CBSh . h*!- J J P*r month.
C. MOBAX A CO.
fifrV-Vp in Wheeler tract; now is your time.
before prices Hse. W. C. MORAN & CO.
HO-^New ll-room house, reduced for 1 week
only- $300 cash. bal. rent $4S per month: '
V.l*<i for heatinc; fine mantel; all lar«;e
rooris; en sunny P lde of street: two blocks to
• * C. crounds. W. C. MORAN & CO.
* I f-?*—^'e^ f-rootn house; S blocks to train: lot
Hap*: street work all done; only JJW cash.
«al. 1*5 r*r month; bank loan of fSiW on this
I'lace; must be fold at or.ee on account of
tamily trouble. W. C. MORAN & CO.
SS»*v-7-roora' house; comer lot. 4S*1M: htich
paserarat; five courses of brick foundation;
a'.l sewered ; city water: J100 cash. bal. JM
r*r rnonth. or will trade for a ranch of equal
value. W. C. MORAN & CO.. Lorin Station
_ nnd Schmidt Block. IJerkeley.
SKEW 6-room cottape, high basement, mantel.
fot<3H«r dev-rs, tiled sink, pantry, electric and
pas fixtures; all the latest open plumbing; |
rmly ; minutes' walk to railroad station: U I
Harlc to electric cars; rrice, only J1SOO: 1100 I
o«-h balance like rent. J. R. TERKINS,
jl-crtn Station. P>crkelcy.
MEW 5-room cottaee close to station: street i
«ork all done; owner must sell to close e»-
tat*; this Is ». '.i-.p cheap: price only JII50; I
jr^ cash, balance *1S monthly. J. It. PER- I
KINS, formerly C-ellerlch & Perklr.s. Lorin I
Station. Berkeley. j
FOR exchange — Near university: fine lS-rocm
ri»u»e; built for boantlr.s house: In the hands
ft t.he right ratty there is a good living; In
this g. S. QUACKENDUSH. Real Estate.
opposite bank.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS!
OFFICE— 1118 BROADWAY.
OAKl.AVD UK A I. ESTATE.
JS5fi»- ALICE st?T~Lake*T<!e^~«M?tricT: 5-room ;
rettdence: iart« lot: offer considered; owner !
snu*t sell: se* this. LATMANCE REAL |
KSTATE CO.. 4&M6; E'.jrhth st.. Oakland.
A SPECIAL offerinit— Telegraph ave.: 15000. j
rnei S'^S> : fin* h.->nif. 9 r«x»m* : 53 feet : abso- [
Jute'y rho!c-esi location: authorlie-i to sell at
one*-. LAYMANCE REAL ESTATE CO., 450- i
4*3 Eighth st. t Oakland. |
JTCO— SNAP: mr-dern r-etcry. S-room; rorcelatn j
i\ath mantel. J toilets: lot 10rJ40: staMe; nice |
loca'icn; near Grove ft.; must sacrifice: poinK ¦
«»»; creat l-arealn. LAYMANCE RKAL
ESTATE CO.. 4«-4« Elfthth n.. Oakland.
A BANKER'S home at a sacrifice: SSOCO. cost i
SIT CM: offer considered; half block elerrant
irrounds; *-room home; elevated: icra.n<l l<x-a.- .
tlen Tor one in poor health: polnit to Ger-
many: see at once. LAVMANCE REAL ES-
TATE CO., 4£0-4€2 Etpfcth st.. Oakland.
- S.V.: DOTVN [or !es*)— Pretty Hastlake cottape '¦
r~t 5 rcorrif, bath and basement: cost JT0"O to '
V-.iUd, tnrure<1 for IS00: street complete; :
FtOBC walks and cr*n lawn; r*nts for $20, !
Aovntovit; caly a b!oi-k fr^m Broadway.
GEO. W. AUSTIN & CO..
1>?S Broadway. OakJai 1.
SIS TO- fSJ per month; no cash down: In Elm-
hwrrt; rretty cottaffe ar.d lot 60xI?'j feet:
blth basement: iruit tree?, pardon, etc.:
central and clf^e to cars: coiy. sunny home, j
?<•«• owner to day, l-yw Broadway. Oakland. j
COTTAGE; 6 T^^tns: all modern Improvements; !
lot 'TjlJ 34 Ilanrah *t. r Watts Tract. Oak-
land.
OAKLAND KtKMTIIIK KOIl SAI.K.
AN Jr.ircductlnn to you frcm H.. Pchellhaa«. the !
furniture dealer, l'.th ar.d Franklin. Oakian.i. j
BOOM* KOIl HOL'SKKKEHING.
CAF-P C(-T»o furnished cr unfurn:«hed
rooms, ;u:;able for housekeerlng; German
CIJL HmTIXA. Sn—i well-futrilshed house-
keeping; relics; man arJ wife; no other 1
? — rners.
ELEVEXTH. tt— I msxmy rcoms. complete for
bo*jr?k«"pinK, j
KIFTH. X'i— Fstrnl«hed parlors, kitchen, with !
\ haXY-. i"0 aisc 2, SI": tlZ; Z, $14: single. $4 up. )
FLOOR ef 5 unfurnished rooms, with sunny I
t-vk jvorch. Ad4r?M brunch Call office. W
HVvpnih st.
FCLSOaf.T] X-- Fins suite, with kitchen stove
Bt2<i :;?nk: s!so iliflf: quiet house: adults.
' ¦ -.¦>!:•; j«., to)— Front alcove, with
-;<* -t »;>t.-hea.
C^>I-DF;N GATE ave.~i::iA— A Urrt frcnt
r'-'-m nrx4 K'.Trhen fj>r iier.t houreket-pln^ In
jTivate fsmlty; no children.
LAT'.KIX. VS. rcr. Goi-ien Oat*— Sunny house- j
k«-*pmjC *!iO- r -lher rcon:»: r-hone and bath.
' LITAVE.VWntlTH, 1^1—:- rr 3 rooms, fumlehei
• r ur.furtsUh«5: private family: rent cheap.
N*"»K :"j-Twc pleasar.t sunny bay-window
rooir.s; rrjo-iern cr.r. f.2t, gzs. hath, sjrat*; 114.
OAK. It?— l-^.rr*. runny front furnished house-
m.fX.: nearly papere<!; iar^e clostt; reajionable.
r<"iJ.IC. \'(1— % and i room suit's, completely
?«mifl;*.i let ho«f ipkeep'.nc : JU tp: reference.
yCJT. HI— N* •.•;>¦ ftirr.ished sunny rooms: also
h'^»»-ke*P(n? with gas range: everything-
iT'^lerrv
ESVE9CTH. 3C4-Unfurnished: I Iarre front!
rryrns; s!i ;enve.r.ler.'-ej;: j»nt 110: references. |
TtT.K, 1*1 — Three nicely furr.lshed rooms; rjis.
Irts'h alac alcc-ve room tc kitchen. unfurr.?h<l.
TWENTT-THIRD. Yl'A. rear I>clore»-3 sunny
t«:. sriadmi rroms. nice. neat. cr»mr'l»t*.
VAN .VF.SS, 2Z2— Housekeeplnij roonn. complete
"WILLCW a»-e~T TO. ofT I^arkln. nr.~V>My^2 rms.
Jur general hourekc-epinR^ f 12: no children.
' CLASSIFIED aiiv'ert!s»-n;er.ts and subscriptions
r*-«vMve<l at Ca!l branch office. 22% Fillmore.
A BRANCH offlce for Call advertisements and
r<:» «-'riptlons has treen established at . \VA
¦- VBienria tl.
; ROOH« TO LET Porn, and Infnrn.
A.HLBORN HOTEL. 221 Omnt ave.-TJest II a
. «Sa? t»m\\y hotel in rity; polite attendance;
Jarife re irr.s, Utr tip; meals 23o; free coach.
: A— BntXSvficK HOI'SK. IIS Sixth— Rooms".
- ' ¦ Sic tc SI per nicht: fl 25 to %* p»r week, «n<j
iljfht housrkreplnjr rooms: open all nlrht.
A— MARKET, 1045A— Nicely furnished suites.
JI- per ni'/rth cp: rtng-les. V. per month up.
-liRANNAN. 725, above 6th — Three nice sunny
roome; r»nt $x.
V IIT'RNFrrrT 14M Market <old No. \VA\- Tar-
~ r;iiih»«l rms., Bu!tej>, sinrle; also unfurnished.
F?:i-L. ?<»— Furnl»be4 rooms in private family;
sjentl*-fn<n; r»-f»-ren<.-c r«ju!r<wj.
: . Fit A Nr I SCO— VMiKTi t suites ;slrutle with baths;
transient. Mna. KING. Turk and Taylor.
OOL.UKN OATK ave.. 730— iJtrKt wunny- double
front, rwm; single room. W. bath; private.
HAWTHORNE, T"T near Harrison -Runny,
medium -*lz*< room fcr rent: reasonahle; ref.
IJOTKL f?t. Dcsda (Euror«n plan). 24 Turk st..
i* tir. Market— New buildlnc;. eleeantly furn.;
¦- lust «T»#-ri*u: strictly first class and up-to-date
~ in a'.l appointments; Inspection Invited; must
• :; \>* *'*:\ to b« apprerlat'-d; Tie day and up;
-- fpvtat rci** by w»ck or month; references.
jIOXEL Orsystone, C* Ciearjr st.— New b-utory
fr»proo^ hr.teJ; electric llrht and elevator; un-
«jue»tlonab!r the niott luxuriotisly furnished
tn the city; steam heat; private baths: one
M-wk from Palace Hotel. I'hone John S231.
HOWARD WU— Furn. front sunny alcove rm. (
with kitchen, fcatb; <1£: no ehlldrt-n; new flats.
lIYDn. JW-LoveJy larjte corner suites and
•¦¦• slnrie rocjrns; private bath.
JONEfi, tZ\~Hunnr front bay-window room;
arrntirman |>r*ferr»d; r<»asonahl>-.
XEAKN'r. 2« and 47 fost— Sunny furnished
rootns an<i offlcen; rent reasonable.
LARK IN. 7C7, nr. Ellla— Nicely furnished sonnr
front ror/w.. «; small flat; private family.
: SaRKET. 7O~NJ».« runny bay-window suite
•of room*. U p»r week.
! MARKET. 1016 fNew Arlington)— Nicely fun.
nithed rooms, tt a week up; tec a day pp.
• MARTINET, 1101 Oeary— Elegant suite*, newly
-. - furnished ; private: bath; «ingl« rooms 110 up.
MeCLKLLAND, 8W Turk st.— Sunny furnished
' . sincle tr.d double rootnii; also transient, !
'¦' JsKTItOPOLF., € Turk. cor. Market— EltK«ntly
furnithed suntsy rooms: CCc to tl por day.
• MINNA, W. corner Eighth— Newly furnished
¦ .'-• (say-vlndow room, tl per week; transient.
¦¦ W£>SIOS. 127J. bet. Jth & *th— Front or buck
¦ parlor; alao oaa smoiler room; oeatly furn.
K nr. E1«?vesth— J »jnfM~t«hed
6;\ rocn)«; IT p«- rr.osth.
ROOMS TO LET— Fnrn. nihd Unfnrn.
O"FAnREL.ti. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices: elevator: elec lights: day, week, mo.
POLK. 1535— Larpest, funniest room for the
money In the city: private.
POWELL. COT (changed hands)— Nicely fur-
nished rms., en suite or sin.; baths; transient.
ROSEDALE Houoe. S19-SI1 Ellin st.-Rooms
night, S">c to $1: week. $1 25 to $4; open night.
ROTAL House, IM Ellis— Incandescent light;
readlnp-room. smoklnp-room and ladles' par-
lor; rooms, per night. &e to $1 60; week, $2 to
IS: month. $S to {50; elevator on ground floor;
rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House. 28 Eighth St..
near Market— Furnished or unfurnished.
STOCKTON". SS!— The Ottlngton— Few choice
suites and several small rooms; cheap.
TURK. llfr-Furnished room, suitable for . a
gentleman. S3 per month.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and aubscrlptlons
received nt Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore.
A RRANCII ofHce for Call advertisements and ''
pubseriptlons has been established at 1096
Valencia gt.
SOOMS AM) DOAUU.
AN* exceptional table: pleasant rooms; good
service; popular rates. 807 California St.
THE Roanoke, SCS Bush— New house: newly
furnished; suites with bath: perfect Illumina-
tion: private dining apartment; elevator serv-
ice: cars to all parts of city within stone's
throw of door.
PINE. i:*2 (old Ralston home)-EleRantly fur-
nlshed sunny rooms, "en Butte anil single, with
board.
THE Crocker, S15 Leavenworth — Fine sunny
rooms, vlncrle and en eulte: beautiful grounds.
THE HEATH. Si: Eddy— Nicely furnished sunny
front rooms, en suite, single ; excellent cuisine.
PINE. ltX>6 (The Victor)— New management;
thoroughly renov.; sunny suites, with board.
HOTEL RepelWr. TS1 "Sutter— Newly furnished:
excellent table; special rates to tourists.
HOTEL Las Palmas, 1SI0 Market— Suites. 2 or
3 rooms, bath, connecting; board optional. .'
SUNNY front room, suitable for man and wife,
with board. TO Ninth tt. .
A WEEK'S news for 5 centa— The Weekly Call,
16 pages, in wrapper for mailing. » per year.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery st.. .rooms 9-19, tel. 55S0.
IUSKASES and ailments of men treated; con-
Bultatlon free. American Dispensary. 611 Pine.
SEWIXG .MACHINES AND SUPPLIES:
ALL kinds boucht. sold, rented, exchanged, re-
paired: open even.: phone ltlack 11 14. . Cn5 4th.
STORAGE ASP WAREHOUSES.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and MovtnfTco.^
efflce Post and Powell tts. ; ML Main 5713.
GOLDEN WEST Storaee Warehouse. M0 Mis-
sion tel. Howard Ml. F- W. ZEHFUSS.
BEKINS Van and Storage Co., 713 Mission st.;
tel. Alain IS40: shipping at cut rates.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
panv. r3:o Ftllmore st. ; phene Jackson SSI.
TVrEWBITERS A.\D SUPPLIES. -
GREAT BA RG A I NS i "lX~TVPEWRITER; S^\\>
sell better machines for les* money than any
house in the city; rentals. «. The Typewriter
Exchange. S56 California: telephone Main 266.
RENT a new Franklin typewriter for SI week
and have your work in fight. CUTTER
TOWER CO.. ?m Montgomery; tei. Black 4SS5.
HARTFORD typewriters; new, $C0: aiti-truet;
all mikes; used machines. $10 up. 203San*ome.
DIVIDEND .\OTICES.
DIVIDEND NOTICE-^Caiifornla Sa7e~Deposlt
and Trust Company, corner California and
Montgomery sts.: for the elx months ending
Juno "0. 1S01. dividends have been declared
on deposits in the savings department or this
company as follows: On term deposits at
the rate of 3 6-10 per cent r*r annum, and on
ordinary d< posits at the rate of 3 per cent
I>er annum, free of taxes, and payable on
and after Monrlay. July 1. l*ii. Dividend*
uncalled for are adOe.l to the principal and
b^ar the same rate of dividend as the prin-
clral from an-i after July 1. 1301. J DAL-
ZELL BROWN. Mar.aRer.
DIV1DE.VD notice— Mutual PavlnKs Rank cf
San Kranclsco. J3 Pomt »t.— Por the half year
er, i:n; June SOth. 1301. a dividend has been
declared at the rat*- of three (3) p«r cent per
annum on all deposits, free of taxes. p.ifable
on and after MONDAV. July 1st. 1901.
r.KORGR A. STORY. Cashier.
KAN fKANClSCO SAVINGS UNION. £E~Call-
ffrnia st.. corner \Wbl>— Fcr the half year
er^.lr.c with the 20th of Jun» 1901. a divi-
dend has l>een declared at the rate per annum
of three and tix-tenths <3 6-10) per cent on
term deposit* and three (3) per cent on or-
tlir.ary deposit*, free of taxes. uayaM- on
nnd after Monday. July 1. ISOi.
LOVELL WHITE. Cashier.
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO-
ciety. j;« California st. — For the halt year
priding- xvtth June SO. 19>jl. a dividend has
l«n declared at the rate of three and one-
eighth CH) per cent per annum on all d<»-
pnsits. free of taxrt. payable on and after
Monday. July 1. 1901.
GEORGE TOURNT. Secretary.
HT'MROLDT Pavings and Loan Socletr. IS
Geary st. — The directors have declared a dlv-
Hcr.'l "f 3»;~P*r cent per onnum on Its depos-
its, payable on and after July 1. 1901.
ERNEST RRAND. Secretary.
PROPOSALS.
ADVERTISEMENT-Ornce of the Chler En-
trlneer. Division of the pyilllpDineii. Manila.
P. I.. March 1. 1901— Sealed proposals for
constructing a harbor at Manila. P. I., will
tx received at this office until 11 o'clock a.
m.. August 1. 1501, and then publicly opened.
V/oric to be done Includes about lSO.ttK) cubic
ynrts riprap. :i.000 cubic yards concrete and
rubble masonry In breakwaters, about S.000.-
•09 »-ublc yards of dr»-<lsln(e and a pile, bulk-
head 47<V) f»et lonjr. Dredrlnir In mud. sand
air! thells to a depth of thirty feet. Dredged
materials to b* used for r.claliilmr land.
RMs tnurt be a^coznpanlrrd *:v a bond of one
hundred tbouRand dollars (tlCO.OOO) In irold.
Ore contract will r* made for the whole
work. Contractor's bond will be 10 p*r cent
of the amount bid. The r^ght li reserved to
'••j*<~l any or ell hld«. For specifications and
V-Iark forms apply to this office. Rur*aii of
In-ular A?Talr«. Wa»hln«tr.n. I>. <:.; Unlte-1
Stalefi Engineer Ofnces at N»w Tcrlc. Chi-
cago snd Pan Francisco. JOHN BIDDLE.
Captain, Engineers.
SAN FRANCIFCO. Cal., June 21. 1M1— Sealer]
proposal*. In triplicate, will b<» received here
until II o'clock a. m., Monday. July 1. 1J01.
and then or#n»d. for furnishing 33 cavalry
horses at th* Prest'lir of S*n FrancUco. Gov-
'rnmert reserves rljrht to.reject or accept any
or all bio's, or any part !h»reof. nids will J*»
«~ons!<lAre«l for a le«» number of horses than
that stated. Preference snven to articles of
domestic production, conditions of price an>l
quality Clnclu'ilnj? In the price of foreign pro-
ductions th'- duty ih«-rcon). b»lnB c^aal. and
such preference srlven to nrtlclos of American
production producfd on thf Pacific Coast to
extent nf consumption required by the public
service there. Information furnished on ap-
plication tn J. M. MARSHALL. Assistant
Quartermaster General. V. H. Army, Chief
Quarter mast f-r.
SEALED proposals will he receive*] at the
office of the LlRhthousp KnprlnPT. Ban Fran-
cls"n. Cal.. until 12jo>!ock m. Monday, July
22. lfifll. an<l th"n opened, for furnishing mls-
reltaro-ouH ar»l<-ler, comprising hnrdware, en-
irlneern" pjjr>rll'^5. liimb«-r and r"»lnt. In ac-
fordanro with «pf-c!flfations. copies of which,
with blank proporal* and oOt Information,
mav b* h«d upon application to Major chas.
E. L. H. Davis, Corps of Enxln*«rs, U. 8. A..
Engineer. .
ElRTO-HARRMES-flEATHS,
Birth, marrisc*! and death notices sent by
mall will not rxs inserted. Th«>y must l>« handed
1 In at either of the publication offices and l»e
; lnilorr«»d with th<» name »nd residence of pcr-
1 sons authorized to havr- tli»- same pnbllebcd.
l % BORN.
ELKT-In this city, June- 23. 1S01, to the wife
of Simon IJIcy, a daughter.
BRIZMAN-In this city, June 20, 1D01. to the
-v.'fn of IS. Rrizman, f.vln!.- — sons.
IIAOK— In this city. June 16, 1301, to the wife
j of Theodoro II. Hage, a aon.
MAREIED.
RARROWMAr; — MonniBON — m this city,
j June 22, 1001, at the. home of the brlfl*. 1632
UyAn street, by Rev. Dr. John A. H. Wilson,
JamM Rarrowman and Kannlo Kllzat<eth
Morrlann. t»oth of San Kranclsco. •"
jiarnelt, Isaac Ko»!nltr.er. Otto M. .
Uettencourt,- Mrs. It. McKnlght,- Peter
de 8. Moore, Frances 3.
, nifcll, Wesley C Mulhall, Joseph P. '
Brennan, Mlclia«I T. Ready, A. J.
ISritton. Lottie K. Roth. Bamuel .
Coiemmn. John H. Kmlth. Delia T.
Dalton. Margaret M. Tappan, Mildred D.
Dunsrnulr, Josephine Ware, Allco
Hadrian, ElUabcth Waterhouse. Kathryn
JIewt:ton t Jonnie Welch, Isabel! •
Ilolmqulst, Nllca R. Wlck«TSham, F. A.
Kennedy, Brldzet .A. Wllllamw, Pearl F.
»ARNKTT— In thin city, June 22, 1901, Isaac,
beloved hueband of Hutila Harriett, and
father of Henno I.. Josephine and Uellvena
, Ttarnett, a native of Germany., aged 79 yearn.
1 Ui'-no, Ti'-.v., papers please copy.)
- ETKrlends are nrwt fully invited to at-
' tend the funeral ir-rvl'-n this day (Mon-

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