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the city front (Mission-street wharf) about
twenty-five minutes later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide Is the same at both places.
THURSDAY, APRIL 10.
SQUADRON OP SALMON BOATS
. WHICH STARTED 1TESTER
DAY FOR ALASKA.
TO, SAIL. "...
Steamer., Destination. -. Sails, pier.
April 1O.
Arctic Humboldt 112 m Pier 2
M. Dollar.. Grays Harbor 1 4 pm Pier 2
\V. Kruger. Pt. Arena & Albion 0 pm Pier 13
Redondo.... Los Angeles Ports. - 4 pm Pier 2
Pomona Humboldt 1:30 p Pier 11
of Cal San Dl$go & Way 9 am Pier 11
Senator. . . . Puget Sound Ports 11 am Pier 19
April 17.
S.Pedro Kureka-Grays KrbrilO am Pier 2
S. Barbara. Seattle & Olympla. 4 pmfpier 2
Sequoia WJlIapa Harbor 2 pm Pief ¦• 2
Nevadan... Honolulu-Kahulul 3 pm Pier 20
April 18. |
Theben Hamburg & Way. 6 pm Pier 23
North Fork. Humboldt ......... V> om Pier "
Newburg.*.. Gray* Harbor 4 pm|Pler 2
Empire Coos Bay direct... 10 am | Pier 13
Pt. Arena.. Point Arena ..'...'. 4 "pm Pier 2
Newsboy... Los Angeles Ports. 2 pm Pier 16
Costa Rica. N. Y. via Panama. 12 m PMSS
O. W. Elder Astoria & Portland 11 am Pier 24
l£ • April 10.
Fhoenlx.... MendUclno City.... 1 pm Pier 13
S. Monica.. Los An,?o!es Ports. |12 m Pier 2
Eurcl <a Humboldt . jm . 0 am Pier 13
Corona Humboldt^l^ l:30pPler 11
Santa Rosa. San Diego*&: Way. 9 am Pier 11
Coos Bay... s a n Pedro & Way. 0 am Pier 11
April 21. > '
Arcata..... Coos Bay-Pt. Orfd. 10 am Pier 13
CityPuebla Puget Sound Ports. 11 am I Pier 19
April 22.'
G. Ljndauor Graya Harbor ¦.'... 4 pm|Pier 2
H.K^Maru China &. Japan. .. 1 pmlPMSS
C. Nelson... Seattle. & Tncoma. 10 am Pier 2
o ? ¦•¦•*• A P rl1 23. .
Santa Cruz. Newport & Way.:. 0 am Pier 11
Sierra.. Sydney & Way *>ts 10 am Pier 7
Columbia... Astoria & Portland ill am Pier 24
, . April 25. : .
Acapulco... N. Y. via Panama". 12 m PMSS
n April 2O.
Q ue e n Puget Sound Ports 11 am Pier 24
FROM SEATTLE.
Steamer. For..* « Sails.
Jeanle. ...... Valdez direct . . . . . .". . . Apr. 18
Dolphin...... Skagway & Way-Ports. Apr. 18
City Seattle.. Skagway & Way Ports. Apr. 20
*}- K l"- Skagway &. Way. Ports. I Apr. 20
Humboldt.... Skagway & Way Ports. |Apr. 24
Excelsior Valdez direct .........[Apr. 25
Spokane Skagway & Way, Ports. I Apr. 20
DIHso Bkafjwsy & Way. Ports. | Apr. 27
Judge Seawell ..yesterday decided that
the Blythe Company, a corporation or
ganized by the late Thomas Blythe for
colonization purposes, was not entitled
to any right, title or Interest in the
Biythe property on Market street, be
tween Geary street and Grant avenue.
The decision is the result of a suit
brought by the, Blythe Company against
the Bankers' Investment Company, a cor
poration which acquired the property by
purchase from Florence Blythe-Hlnckley-
Moore. •
Quiets Title to Blythe Property.
TO ARRIVE.
Steamer. From. Due.
Redor-do Humboldt Hay . . . . Apr. 16
glval Crescent City" . ..... . . Apr. 16
Newburg Grays Harbor Apr. 16
S.Portland.. Tacoma Apr. 16
Czarina Coos Bay Apr. 16
Acapulco New York via Panama Apr. 10
Jsewcboy Han I'euro Apr. 16
Montara Seattle Apr 10
Coos Bay..... San Pedro & Way Pts. Apr. 16
Point Arena.. Point Arena Apr. 16
Fanta Rosa... Ran Diego & Way Pts. Apr. 16
Mackinaw Tacoma Apr 17
Phoenix Mendoclno Apr. 17
Empire -Coos -Bay Apr ]"
Humboldt Apr. 17
S. Barbara... Ban Pedrcr :.; Apr. 17
Eureka Humboldt Apr. 17
CityPuebla.. Puget Sound Ports .... Apr.- 17
MIneola Taconrn ....Apr. IS
O. Lindauer. . Grays Harbor Apr. 18
Clias. rselson. Senttl* & Tacoma Apr. 18
Arc f ta - Coos Bay & .Pt. Orford. Apr. 1«
Hu 1 OI J ca --" Grays Harbor Apr. 10
Chehalls Grays Harbor Apr. 20
£ dlth Seattle ;. Apr. 20
Pomona. ... . . Humboldt ............. Apr. 20
State- of Cal.. San Diego & Way. Pts. Apr. 20
Columbia. . . . Portland & Astoria Apr. 20
Centralla.... j Grays Harbor ......... Apr. 21
w - ] l - Kruger Albion & Pt. Arena.. Apr. 21
Marlposa Tahiti Apr. 21
China........ China & Japan ...... Apr. 21
Q ueen Puget Sound ¦ Ports ... Apr. 22
Peru......... x ew York via Panama. Apr. 22
North Fork... Humboldt . . . V Apr 24
Anubls.. I Hamburg, & Way Ports Apr. 24
G. W. KIder. . | Portland ft Astoria Apr. 25
Xebraskan... j Honolulu & Kahulul...|Apr. 26
Sun rises i.', 5:83
Sun sets 8:40
Moon rises 11:10 p. m.
O jTlmel . I Time jTime' ITlme
» f Ft. -- —\ Ft. 1 Ft. Ft.
" 1HW| ]L W |HW |L W
16 1:52 5.1 S:38 0.4 3:54 4.5 8:32 8.0
17 2:40 4.8 0:80 0.6 4:62 4.4 0:37 3.1
18 3:33 4.6 10:24 0.8 5:50 4.5 10:55 3.2
10 4:32 4.4 11:TR 0.0 0:40 4.0
L W H W L. AV H W
20 0:08 3.1 5:30 4.2 12:09 1.0 7:25 4.7
21 1:00 2.8 6:4S 4.2 1:00 1.1 8:05 4.8
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
th« early morning tides are given In the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day In the order of occurrence as to time; the
fourth time column gives the last tide of the
day. except when there' are but three tide*,
as sometimes occurs. The heights given are in
addition to the soundings of the United States
Coast Survey Charts, except when a minus (— )
sign precedes the height, and then* the number'
given in subtracted from the depth given by
the charts. The plane of reference is the mean
of the lower ¦waters.
Movement of Steamers.
The chief of the Street Bureau was di
rected to cause the removal of all signs
upon or projecting over the sidewalks in
conformity with the provisions of the
"sign ordinance." "*
The board recommended grade changes
at' certain points on Powell avenue, First,
Second and Third avenues, H. I, Fred%
erick, Hugo, South Broderick and Tilden
streets and Park Hill avenue.
Herbert L. Schmitz, the newly appoint
ed Commissioner of Public Works, took
his seat at the meeting of the cc.-nmis
sion. Schmitz wllj^supervise the depart
ment of building 1 construction.
The board appointed E. B. Scott, Wal
ter J.; Cuthbertson and Henry Kuhl
draughtsmen for the purpose of prepar
ing plans for school buildings, library,
hospital and county jail.
Superintendent Langdon filed his report
for March, showing that he visited 259
classes and his deputies visited 237. The
total number of visits to the credit of
the- office to April 1, 1903, is 3400, or 1400
more than reauired by law.
The board appointed Emmet P. Barrett
secretary, vice John Hansen, resigned, the
appointment to take effect to-day.
The board adopted a resolution depre
cating the attack of Auditor Baehr on
its president, T. P. Woodward, as unjus
tified for the reason that the report; en
titled "Why Our Schoolhouses are not
Being Built" was Indorsed by the board
and was published by its authority.
Bids for the construction of the Sixth
street sewer were received yesterday by
the Board of Works from the City Street^
Improvement Company, who bid $53,235 16*
C. D. Vincent bid 555,302 04. William Bek
er & Co. $55,675 85 and C. S. Harney $57,
133 30. The bids are all much higher than
the estimate of $49,000, and are predicated
on a probable Increase In the wages of
laborers, who have petitioned the board
•to raise their pay from $2 50 to $3 per day.
I The contract will be awarded to-day
unless the bids are rejected as being too
high. -Under a former advertisement the
lowest bid for the work was $50,254 05 and
the highest $58,266 32. but they were re
jected on account of the insufficiency of
the check of the lowest bidder.
M. J. Kerrigan was appointed Janitor
of Horace Mann School, to take effect
April 16, 1903, vice James Needham, de
ceased.
' Leave "of absence was granted to Miss
L. A. Carroll.
The Board of Education yesterday ap
pointed the following named persons as
school census marshals in addition to
forty-two now employed:
A. MfcMahon, W. A. Devlne. A' R. Hey
man, J. Moran, James • HL O'Brien, P.
"vVV Hutchinson, P. Dolman, Henry S.
Russ, George Douglass, Charles McCar
thy, John G. Fitzgerald, Thomas Math
ews, D. Kenny, R. . L. Park.D. "Ward,
George B. Nichols, W. A. Shaw, P. J.
Leonard, George F. Poulson, C. A. Hult,
James Reavy, Edward Burke, .James F.
Cosgrove, Bernard Morgan, W.' J. Tyson,
J, F. Devlin, H. J. Powers, Walter J.
Smith. Joseph Rfbstock, Charles H. Ward,
Leo Bunner and P. | Kilkenny.
The law relating to school census mar
shals was changed by act of the Legis
lature at its recent session so as to re
quire school census marshals to report
the names, as well as the age, sex, color 1
and nationality of all children listed, which
requires a large amount of additional
work.
Elect Emmet P. Barrett to
Succeed John HanSen,
\ Who Resigns.
Directors Name Thirty-
Three Additional
Marshals. "•
BOARD TO TAKE
SCHOOL CENSUS
CIVIL SERVICE
BEING EVADED
SALMON FLEET IS NEARLY
ALL ON ITS WAY NORTH
Four of the Alaska Packers' Vessels Leave for Bristol
Bay and Another Clears for the Same Port— Good-
By Crowds at Points of Departure Keep Police Busy
Commission Protests to
Boards of Health
and Works.
Says They Violate Provision
Regarding Temporary
Appointees.
The Civil Service Commission yesterCay
began an inquiry into the appointment of
thirty-six Fide sewer men by the Board
of Works of which it has* no knowledge.
The commission ascertained that the men
are employed by Side Sewer Inspector
Foppiano and that some of the men are
not citizens. The men were never certi
fied as being on the temporary list of em
ployes, and the commission believes the
men should be taken from the registered
list of laborers, or else an examination for
the positions will be ordered.
The commission has also discovered
that the Health Board has frdled to re
port monthly a large number of appoint
ments. These comprise the health officer,
bacteriologist and taxicologist, twenty
elgrht employes in the City and County
Hospital, three stewards In the Emer
gency Hospital, six stewards in the Alms
house and ten employes In the leper hos
pital. The charter provides that these
temporary appointments shall be ap
proved by the Civil Service Commission
upon notification br the department em
ploying them.
In arranging for the promotions in the
Fire Department the commission found
that John Douglas. John Long and Ed
Doherty are rated as relief engineers, and
they are not legally such, not having been
members of the department when the
charter went into effect. They will be
made temporary appointees, subject to
the approval of the commission. For tbe
Fame reason the application of J. W. Eel
den, now acting as lieutenant of tbe
v.ater tower, for promotion to captain
was denied.
The commission will disapprove of the
employment of W. M. Stanton as apothe
cary at the City and County Hospital,
and R. O. Burnett as assistant apotiie
cary. Stanton is a resident of San Mateo
and Burnett was absent from- his duties
or.e night when Commissioner Mershon
visited the institution.
Following is the eligible list of sanitary
irs-pectors In the recent examination:
Friedrich C. Miller. 9S.S per cent; Henry
L,. Curtis, 9S.5; Joseph A. Kuykendall,
Pl.l; Robert C. Howe, S5.C, and Reuben C.
Kill. S3.S.
The txamination for positions as or
dlr.ary clerks will be held on May 9. and
for engineers In the Fire Department on
sorr.e date in the near future.
Two Municipal Commissions Sit.
A joint session of the Fire and Civil
Service Commissioners held a meeting in
the Fire Commissioners' department of
the City Hall yesterday forenoon. The
object of the Joint session was over the
promotion of enpinc-ers In the depart
ment to take examination as lieuten
ants regardless cf rating as hosemen. No
positive acticn was taken by the Com
iriFciorer^.
Divid Burke, a late appointee, was told
to report to Chief SuUivan for assign
ment. William King contributed S2S to
the firemen's fund for the privilege of
getting drunk while on duty. May 1 is
the «iat<» fixed by the Fire Commissioners
for the annual vacation at the members.
BROWHEAD— Passed Anril 15— Stmr Sax
onla. from Boston,, for Liverpool.
CHERBOURG — Arrived April 15 — Stmr Graf
Waldersee, via Plymouth, for Hamburg, and
proceeded. -,- -•
SOUTHAMPTON — Sailed April 16— Stmr
Kaiser Wllhelm II. from Bremen, for New
York. ¦ via i Cherbourg. . .
PLYMOUTH — Arrived. April 15 — Stmr
Deutschland, from New York, for Cherbourg,
and proceeded. •
QUEENSTOWN — Arrived April 15— Stmr
Saxonla, from 'Boston, for Liverpool. 1 ; -
Sailed April 15 — Stmr Auranla, from Liver
pool, for New York; stmr Ultonla, from LIv»
erpool, for Boston.
LIVERPOQL-rArrlved April 15— Stmr Ba
varian, from St John and Halifax; stmr Mich
igan, from Boston; stmr Norseman, from Port
land: stmr Oceanic, from New York.
NEW YORK— Sailed April 15— Stmr New
York, for Southampton: stmr Potsdam, for
Rotterdam and Boulogne; stmr /Teutonic, ifor
Liverpool. ' • ¦ • f
GENOA — Sailed April 13 — Stmr Lombardla,
for New York.
• DUNKIRK— In port March 30— Fr bark Ad
miral de Cornulier, for . ,
ANTWERP— In port March SO— Fr bark
Jane Gulllon, for San Francisco.
BEACHY HEAD — Passed April 14 — Br ehip
Eskasoni, .from Port Natal, for Antwerp.
PERIM — Pasted April- 14 — Ger- stmr Alben
ga. from New York.""for Manila.
VENTNOR— Passed April 12— Br bark Or
ion, from Antwerp, for San Francisco.
MELBOURNE— Arrived April 15— Fr ship
Vincennes, hence Jan 21. Prior to April 15 —
Fr bark Canrobert. hence Jan 28: Fr bark G«n
MelUnet. hence Feb 10; Br bark West York,
from Eureka.
HOBART—Arrived April 15 — Fr bark L'Her
mlte. from Greenock, for San Francisco.
ESQUIMALT— Sailed April 15— H B M stmr
Amphion, for Hongkong;" H B M stmr Virago,
for Hongkong; H B M stmr Sparrowhawk, for
Hongkong. -
. HONGKONG — Arrived April 15— Stmr Em
press of India, from Vancouver, via Yokohama,
and . Shanghai. ..> . . .. < . .
OCEAN STEAMERS.
FALMOUTH— Arrived April 14— Br shir
John Cook, from Oregon.
POUT ELIZABETH— Arrived prior to April
14 — Fr bark Francois Coppe, from Oregon.
SUEZ— Arrived April 14 — Br stmr Ajax,
from London, for Vancouver.
HONOLULU — Arrived April 14 — Stmr China,
frum Yokohama, for San Francisco.
.Arrived April 15— BUtn Irmgard, hence April
OHIO days>.
FOREIGN PORTS.
ISLAND PORT.
PORT HARFORD— Arrived April 15— Stmr
Coos Bay, from San l'edro, and will sail for
San Francisco April 10, at 2 a m.
FORT BRAGG— Arrived April 15 — Stmr Na
tional City, hence April 14. .
Sailed April 15 — Stmr Samoa, for San Fran
cisco.
" EUREKA— Arrived April 15— Stmr Eureka,
hence April 14.
MENDOCINO— Arrived April 15— Stmr Phoe
nix, hence April 14.
Sailed April 14 — Stmr Point Arena, for San
Francisco. - " •
BOWENS LANDING — Arrived April 15 —
Stmrs Scotia and Kulton. hence April 14.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived April 15— Dan
stmr Arab, hence. April 12; Dan Etmr Manau
ense, from Seattle; Br ship County of Dum
fries, -from Vancouver.
Sailed April 15— Br ship Clan Macpherson,
for Valparaiso. -
SOUTH BEND— Sailed April "5— Schr Web
foot, for San Pedro. - .
REDONDO— Sailed April 15— Stmr Prentlss.
for Port IjCs Angeles.
Sailed April IS — Stmr Acme, for San Diego.
PORT GAMBLE— Sailed April 15— Br ship
Toxtt-th, for Port Plrle; bark Prussia, for San
Francisco.
SAN PEDRO — Sailed April 15 — Stmr News
boy, for San Francisco.
WHATCOM— Sailed April 15— Br Btmr In
verness, for Port Hadlock.
TATOOSH— Passed in April 15— Dan etmr
Arab, hence April 12. for Victoria.
PORT HADLOCK— Arrived April 15— Br
stmr Inverness, from Comox.
SAN DIEGO— Sailed April 15— Sehr Bertha
Dolbeer. for Eureka.
COOS BAY— Arrived April 15— Schr Advent,
hence April 4.
Sailed April 4 — Stmr Ruth, for Portland.
CASPAR— Arrived April 16— Stmr South
Coast, hence April 14.
ABERDEEN— Sailed April 15— Stmr G C
Lir.dauer. Tor San Francisco.
ASTORIA— Arrived April 15— Stmr Colum
bia, hence Aoril 13.
Arrived Aorll 15 — Stmr Ruth, from San
Francisco, via Coos Bay.
DOMESTIC POKTS.
Schr Lizzie Vance. Olson. Grays Harbor.
TELEGRAPHIC. ' .
POINT LOBOS. April 15. 10 p m — Weather
foggy; wind SW. velocity 10 miles per hour.
CHICAGO. A'prll 15.— Lester Le Grand Bond
a prominent lawyer and politician, died to
day.
United States Coast ' and Geodetic Survey
Times and - Heights . of High and Low
Waters at Fort Point, antrance to San
Francisco Bay. Published by .official ' au
thority of the . Superintendent.
NOTE — The bleb and low waters occur ax
• Sun, Moon and -Tide.
Branch - Hydrographic ¦ Office. ' U. S. N '" Mer
chants! Exchange, San. Francisco* Cal
April 15, 1903. \ ' ,r.'
The Time Ball on the tower of the Ferry
buVldlng was dropped ' exactly at noon ' to-day
l.;e... atnoon'of the 120th meridian, or at 8
p m., Greenwich time.
J. C. ; BURNETT.
Lieutenant. U. 8. N., in charge.
Time Ball.
The Oceanic Steamship Company yes
terday paid $154, the amount, of the k Heart
tax, demanded .by the , immigration : of
ficials for seventy-seven tourists in tran
sit, who arrived on the Sierra and have
filed a protest with the proper authori
ties at Washington. The statute express
ly exempts in. transit r passengers from
the payment of the head tax, but the Im
migration Commissioner :. has - made a
regulation requiring the i tax' to be paid
and promising to, refund it, should the
steamship company prove, that j the pas
sensers passed out of. thf, country at the
other end of the continent,. a proof which
it will ; be almost " Impossible .to obtain,
and which is ihighly unreasonable to de
mand. . ." . :
Steamship, Company Protests.
Care of Juvenile Prisoners.
Sheriff I^ckmann informed the Board
of Supervisors yesterday that it will be
taspcsslbl* to comply with the bill re
quiring- that all juvenile prisoners shall
'be confinr-d in special rooms, where they
cannot %l<\6 communication with aauTt ot
fendPr5.T3v.-lnR: to the small quarters and
conditions existing at Jail No. 1. Chief
Jailor Coiuy.ll suggests that all boy pris
oners be confined in the quarters of the
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society.
THE ships of the salmon fleet, laden
with men and material for the
catching, curing and packing of
the fish that has become a staple
on the world's market, will all
be at sea within a few days. Every day
marks the departure of one or more of
the windjammers engaged to bring to this
distributing center the harvest of the
traps and nets of the various Alaska fish
! ery enterprises.
Four of the fleet got away yesterday
and to-day at least one more will leave
If the men to sail her are forthcoming.
The ships M. P. Grace and Standard and
the barks Himalaya and Coalinga left yes
terday and the bark Big Bonanza was
cleared at the Custom-house. The desti
nation of all these vessels is Bristol Bay.
The sailing of these salmon ships is one
of the features at this season on the water
front. Each vessel carries a small army
of fishermen, and as each fisherman usual
ly has from one to a score cf relatives and
friends anxious to' bid him good-by the
farewell gathering at the point of de
parture is usually quite formidable.
Unfortunately for the peace of these
good-by functions, the parting glass is
usually in active commission, both among
the fishermen on the vessel and the dele
i gation on the bulkhead. As a result the
harbor police take a lively interest in the
sailing of a salmon ship and each depar
ture gives the blue-coated peace makers
I several hours of strenuous duty.
At the sailir.E of the M. P. Grace the
parting class led to one rather serious
fight in which a departing fisherman sus
tained a knife wound. No arrests were
\ made, however,' and the wounded man had
his injury cared for on board the vessel.
The manning of the salmon ships has
created a great scarcity of sailors, but
within a week It is expected that all the
vessels will be on their way north.
Conveys Railroad Franchise.
Th<re w-as recorded yesterday a deed
showing- the conveyance of the Q street.
Bryant street and Illinois street fran
chises by. the San Francisco and Sari Joa
guin Valley Railway Company to the
Atch'.son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway
Company. The franchises were granted
the first named companjN by the Board
of Supervisors on April 4, 1901.
Victims of Elevators.
Two victims of elevator accidents were
treated yesterday at the Harbor Hospital.
Thomas Riloy, who lives at 543 Howard street,
had his left ankle broken by the fall of an
elevator at 1T7 Jessie stret-t. Xarehey Perlch.
1- years of age, who lives at 211 Fourth
stroet. had his right foot crushed in an eleva
tor at 123 Market street. While the Injury In
each case is painful, neither victim was se
riously injured.
A Fast Passage.
The barkentine Irmcard, which sailed from
here April 5, arrived yesterday at Honolulu.
The cablegram reporting her arrival 'did not
state the hour at which she reached the Island
port, but a? the dispatch was received here
early yesterday, the barkenttne must have
made the passage In less than ten day. The
record trip for calling vessels is a little more
than nine days, and if the Irmgard has not
established a new record, she has at any rate
made the fastest passage in many months.
Motorman O'Brien Exonerated.
A Coroner's jury exonerated Gripman
J. J. O'Brien yesterday from all blame in
connection with the death of Morita Tam.
a young Japanese, who rode his bicycle
on April 5 Into O'Brien"s car at the Inter
section of Fifteenth and Valencia streets
and received injuries, from the effects
of which he died.
The evidepce was that Tam was going
at a very high rate of speed and ran into
the car Just after turning the corner.
His skull was fractured and be died
wnilfc being conveyed to the Central
Kmergeney Hospital.
Alliance Sails Again.
The eteam schooner Alliance, which lately
struck a rock oft Point Gorda and was beached
at CaEDar to cave her from sinking, has been
repaired and sailed yesterday for Astoria. Cap
tain llardwlek, who was in command when the
Alliance struck and whose good Judgment
saved the vessel and passengers. Is still in
charge.
Object to Proposed Innovation.
The local Chamber of Commerce has
sent to the International Telegraph Con
vention in London a strong protest
against the adoption of the proposed new
cable code, which will make it necessary
that all messages bo sent in one vocabu
lary- At present cablegrams using" words
in any language may be sent without dif
ficulty. .:.
To Finish Loading.
The Kosmoa liner Theben arrived here yes
terday from the north. She was three days
coming from Port Ludlow, where she took on
board a shipment of lumber. She will Ilnish
loading at this pert. . • *
The United States ¦ training ship Bennlng
ton will leave to-morrow for a two days* sea
cruise. On this cruise the repairs recently
made will be given a thorough teat. .'-.,-.
For Trial Cruise.
Vincennes Is Safe.
The French bark Vlncennea.'- which wai
quoted at 10 p?r cent on the overdue liet,
arrived yesterday at Melbourne. , •
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED
Wednesday, April 16.
Stmr Gualala, Johnson, 8 hours from San
Vicente Landing.
Stmr Geo \V Elder. Randall, 67% hours from
Portland, via Astoria 47 hours.
Stmr Alcatraz, Carlson, 46 hours from San
Pedro. V.~-
Stmr North Fork, Nelson, 32 hbura from Eu
reka.
8tmr Santa Crus, Gielow, 81 hours from
Newport and way ports. . .
" Stmr Lakme, Strand, 48 hours from Re
dondo. <"¦'> ' -j
Danish etmr Polarstjernen, Branth. 4 days
10 hours from Nanalmo.
G«r 8tmr Theb«n. Schultz, 3 days from Port
Ludlow; put in to finish loading.
CLEARED.'- ; • : :
Wednesday, April 15.
Etmr nalnter. Hansen, Seattle; Pollard
Steamship Co.
Stmr Kyak, Fulton, Loring; Alaska Packers'
Association.
Stmr State of California, Thomas, San lilego;
PaclHc Coast Steamship . Co. ' . .
Fr 6htj* Hoche, Johanjean, Tacoma; E C
Evans.
Bark Big ' Bonanza," Stensland, Bristol Bay;
Alaska Salmon Co
SAILED.
Wednesday, .April 15.
Stmr Leelanaw, Monroe, Tacoma.
Stmr Alliance. 1 Hard wick.- Astoria. >
Htmr Greenwood, Johanlseen, Caspar.
Htnir Rainier. Ilansen, Seattle. ¦ -
Htmr I a qua. Gunderson, Eureka. .
Stmr Homer. , Donaldson, Seattle.
Stmr Alcatraz. Carlson, Greenwood..
Ship M P Grace, Jobson, Bristol Bay.
Ship Big Bonanza, Stensland, Bristol. Bay.
Batk Himalaya, Thompson, Bristol Bay.
Bark Coallnga, Ounderson, Bristol Bay.
8clir A F Coats, Dahloff. Grays Harbor.
Schr Falcon, Kalb, Grays Harbor. ¦
Hchr Orient, SanJers, Coos Bay.
Schr Olsa, Waldwlck, Port Townsend.
- . i.- .:•;¦¦ ¦ ¦ , . ¦ »
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALLi THUBSPAY, APRIL 16, 1903.
10
BAILWAT TRAVEL.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
(Main Line. Fooc of Market 8treet )
J.JATK - FBOM AftlL &. 1803. - A«X1T»
~7.C0a Benldm. Solsun. Elm!r» ud 8»cr»- y
7.00a vS»Tine/winVeTi'RamieV........ 7^5r
7 J0a M»rtlnez. San B?" 100 '.. VjlleJo.
N«pa. CaUsto«». Santa Uom |Z|p
7.30a Nllea. Luthrop. Stockton........... /-« r
8 JSa Darls. Woodland. KnlKhts Lauding.
"¦" Mary.Tllle. OroTllle. (oonnect.
at Marysvllle for Grldley, Blgs» jmm T
8.00a AtutucEjpreii^oidVii'iad'£Mt: IWSa
8.00a Port Costa, Martinez. Anttocn.
Tracy. Stockton. Sacramento,
Los Banos. Mendota. Uanford,
Vlialla. Port«TTllle . ;;: ."»4^5F
800a Port Co»ta. Martlne*. Latnrop. Mo-
de*to. Merced. Fresno. Gosben
Junction, Bakersfleld 0-Z3*
8.30a 6h«it» Express— Davla, WHllama
(for Bartlett Springs). Willows,
tFrnto. Ked Bluff. Portland...... 7-55*
8.30a >'i:es. San Jose. Li vermore. Stock-
too.Ione.8acramento.Placenrllle,
MarysTille. Chtco. Ued Bluff..... 4.ZS*
8.30a Oalcdale. Chinese. Jameatown. So-
nor«. Tuolumne and Angels Set-
9.00a Martlnex and "Way SUtlons | bar
10-OOa Vallejo -•••• •.•••••!• ' zz »'
UIOOOa Cres.entCtty Express, Eastbonnd.
. -Martinez, Tracy. Lathrop,
RUckton. Merced. Kajmond,
Fr rt sno, Bskersfleld.Los Angele*
an ¦! Heir Orleans. (Westbound
¦ rrlTes as Paclflc Coast Express.
Coast Line) xr-l"' *^- 3 °*
1000a Tfe*: Overland Lfmlted — Ogden.
Denver, Omaha. Chicago......... B?|^
1200m Hayward. Nlles and Way Stations. 9-Z5»
tLOOr 6acramenJo Ulrer Steamers tl I Our
330f Benlcia, 'Winters. Sacramento.
Woodland. Williams, Colusa,Wll-
lows. Knights Landing. Maryt-
TKle. OroTllle 'Sfe
3.30F Hayward. Nlles and Way Stations... 765^
400p Martlnez.SanIUmon,VaneJo,I»apa.
Callatoga. Santa ISosa .SSS*
4-OOf Martinez. Tracy. Lathrop.Stoclcton. 1025a
4 00p Nllea. LUermore. Stockton. Lod!.. 4-25F
<30p Hayward. Nllcs. lnlngton, San {. t8.56A
Jose, Liverinoro i til. 65*
6C0i" The Owl Limited— Fresno. Tnlare.
ISakersfleld.LosAngeles; connec-
tion. Sau»rus fur Santa Barbara,
carries liolden Stata Limited
Sleeper Sundays and Wedne»- "
day* until April 30. 8.55a
BOO? Port Costa, Tracy, Stockton, Lo»
Bano* , >S'ts p '
t5.30*> Xlles, San Jose Local .t?f A
6 00p Hayward. 5 lies and San Jose 1 0.25*
6.00* Oriental Mall— Ogden, PenTer.
Omaha, St. Louis. Chicago. (No
day coacbes ran on this train
between San Francisco and
Heno.) — 42S»
«7.00r Sunset Limited (leaves via Coaat .
Line Eastbound). — New York.
New Orleans. Los Angeles.
Kresno, Bcrenda, Raymond, Mar-
• tinez. (Arrives via San Joaquln
Valley Westbound) 829a
7.00? San Pablo, Port Costa, Martlnex
and Way Stations. - 1 1?I A
J7.00* Vallejo •• 758*
7>.00p Sacrxmento, Truckee. Reno and ¦ - - •
Intermediate Stations 7.55a
8.05r Oregon A California Express— Sac-
ramento. Marysvllle. Redding.
Portland, Puget Sound and bast. 8-55A
;9.10r Hayward. Nile* and San Jose (Sun-
dayonly) ¦•¦ til.oo A
11.25* Port Costa, Traey, Lathrop. Xlo-
desto, Merced. Raymond. Fresno, 12 25f
Hanford. Vlsalia. Bakerstteld 5.25*
COAST LiNE (Harrow Uange).
w (Foot of Market Street.)
17.45a Santa Crui Excursion (Sunday
only) • t».BO»
8.15a Newark. Centervllle. San Jose,
Felton. Boulaer Creek, Sant*
Cruz and Way Stations B.oOr
t2-16* Newark. CentervUie. San. Jose, ¦
New Almaden.Los Gatos.Felton.
Boulder Creek. Santa Crui and
Principal Way Stations 10.50a
4.15* Newark. San Jose. Los Gatos (on
Saturday and Sunday runs
through to Santa Cruz, connecta
at Felton for Boclder Creek.
i Mond«r only from Santa Cruz).. '350 a
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY.
From SAN H{A> CISCO, toot of Market St. (Slip «->
— 17:15 9:00 11:U'Ia.M. 1.00 300 6-15 r.X
From OAKLAND, Foot of Broadway — +6;0O tS.OO
t8:03 1U:Wa.k. 12 00 2 00 400 F.M.
COAST LINE (Broad tiange).
(Third and Townsend Streets.)
6.10a San Jose and W»y Stations 7-30*
+7 00* Sau Jose and Wi»y Stations 6-30*
/7 00a New Almaden /4.10*
J7-15* Monterey and Santa Crux Excnr
slon (Snnday only) 18.30*
8.00a Coast Line Limited— Stops OT>ly San
Jose. Gllroy, Holllster. Pajaro
CastroTilte, Salinas, S&n Ardo,
!'»« > Robles, Santa Margarita,
San Luis Oblspo, Guadslupe,
Surf. Lompoc. Santa Barbara,
San Buenaventura. Santa Paula.
Saugus, Los Angeles. (Connec-
tion from Santa Cruz and Mon-
terey) 1041*
viDOOAPaeiBc Coast Espren* (leaves v.a
San Joaquln Valley F»stbotiad
as Crescent City Exprenn). — Hew*
Orleans. Los Angeles. Santa Bar-
- bara, Paclne Grove, Del Monte.
(Arrives via Coast Line West- ¦
bound) 1-S0*
8.00a San Jose. Tres Ptnos, Capltola,
SantaCruz,Paclflc Grove.Sallnas.
San Luis Oblspo and Principal
Intermediate Stations 4.10*
10-30* San Josr, and Way Stations 1.20*
11.30a San Jos?. Los Gatos and Way Sta-
tion* ....„•.... 6.30*
! a1.30r San Jose and Way Stations x7.0C*
200* San Jose and Way Stations 910-OOa
1 13.00r Del Monte Express— Sxnta Clara,
San Jose. Gllroy, Holllster. Santa
Crnz. Del Monte, Monterey, Pa-
ctQc Grove, Saltnasand Principal
Stations 12-15*
2.30* Burllngame. San Mateo. Redwood,
MenloPark. Palo Alto Mayfleld.
Mountain View. Lawrence, Santa
Clara and San Jose 8.36a
t4.30* San Jose. Gllroy and Way Stafnn»t10 4o*
t5.00r San Jose, Los Gatoa and Principal
,__„ WayStatlons t900»
{5-30* San Jose and PrincJnalWay Stations i8 00»
tS-15* San Mateo. Belmont. Bereiford, San
Curios. Redwood. Fair Oaks. • '
Mrnlo Park. Palo Alto t8.48*
6.30* San Jose nnd Way Stations B.JSa
I 7.00* Sunset Limited. Easthound.— San
I. nls Oblspo. Santa (Urhara, Lo»
Ancelea. Deming. El Paso. Xew
Orleans. New York. (Westbound
arrives via San Jo«<jn!nVaIley)... vS 2S»
n11.45*Palo Alto and Way Stations +3.45*
• 11 45* San Jooe and Way stations J9-45*
AfnrMor:\in?. P for Afternoon. "
» Saturday and Sunday only.
I Stops at all stations on Sunday.
tSandav excepted. tSandayonly.
a Saturday only.
<* Connect at Goshen Jc. with trains for Hanford,
VlsaKa. At Fremo. for Vlsalia tU Sanger.
€ Via Coast Line.
/ Tuesday and Friday-
m Arrive via N'iles.
n Dally except Saturday,
to Via San Juaqnin Val!ev.
". Stops Santa Clara aouth bound only. Connect*
execot Similar, for all Dotnta Narrow Gangs.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERS RY. CX
LESSEES
SAN FRANCISCO AND HORTH PACIFIC
BAILWAT COHPASTY. .
Tiburon Ferry , Foct of Market St.
SAW PKASCISCO TO SAN EAFAZL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:30, 0:Ui>. 11:00 a. m.; l^.S.'..
3:oO 5:10. «:JU> p. m. Thursdays — Extra trip
at il:'M p. rn. Saturdays — Extra trips at
1:.">O an-1 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS — 8:00. 0:00, 11:00 a. m. ; 1U0, 3:30.
6:00 and 6:20 v. m.
sax; katael to saw tsaitcxsco.
WEEK DATS— ti:05, T:3o, 7:30. 9:20, 11:13
a. m. ; li:r>0. 3:10, 6:00. 5:2t) p. m. Satur-
days — Extra trips at 2:05 and 0:35 o. m.
SUNDAYS- 8:00. <J:40. 11:13 a. m.; 1:40. o:i0.
4:55, 5:05. 6:"3 p. m.
Leave- I In Effect ¦ I Arrive
San Francisco.) May 4, 1002. | San Kranciscc.
Week I Sun- I Destlna- J Sun- | Week'
Days. I days. | tlon. { days. | Days.
7:^10 a 8:00 a Isnacio 0:10 a| 8:40 a
3:30 p 0:30 a and 1O:M a 8:4» a
; 3:10 p 5:0O p Novato C:05 p! 6:20 p
I «:35 i»
7:30 a 8:00 a Petaluma 10:40 a| 3:10~a
3:30 p 0:30 a and (3:05 p[10|20 a
6:10 p 5:00 p Santa Rosa 7:35-p| 6:20 p
Fulton J
7:30 a -Windsor 10:20 a
5:00 p Heatdsburtr 10:40 a
Lytton
Geyservllle
3:30 p S:00 a Clovenlale 7:35 p 1:20 p
7:30 a[ 8:<H) al Hopland 110:4ft a[l020 si
3:30 p| 5:00 p[ Uklah | 7:35 p{ «:20 p
7:30 a| 8:00 a) Wllllts | 7:05 p| 6:20 p
7:3O at 8:<)O a Ouerneville I 7:35 pi 10:20 a
3:30 p| 5:00 p | |10:10 a| 6:20 p
7:30 a! 8:C0 al Sonoma I 0:10 a! 8:40 a
6:10 pj 5:00 p| Glen Ellen | «:05 pj C:2O p
7:rtO al 8:00 al Sebastopol FlO:40 a!10:20 a
3:30 p| 5:00 r! i 7:35 p| 6:20 p
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Fulton
for Altruria; at L-ytton for Lytton Sprinjrs; ac
Gey*ervllle for Skates Spring; at Clovftrdalo
: for the Geysers and Boonevllle; at Ilopland for
! Duncan Springs. Highland Springs. Kelseyvllle. •
! Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay. Lalceport ana
BartletL Springs: at Ukiah for Vichy Springs."
Saratoga Springs, Blue Lake*. Laurel Dell
Lake. Witter JSprlngs. Upper Lake. Pomo, Poi-
ter Valley, John Day'*. Riverside, Lterley**.
Bucknell's. Sanhedrln HHshts. Mullvi'.le, Orr*»
Hot Sprlnsm. Half-way House. Comptche, Camp
Stevens, Hopkins. Mendoclno City, Fort BragK
| Westport. Usat; at WUllts fop Sherwood. Canto.
! Covelo. Laytonvllle. Cummlngs. Bell's - Springs".
"Marria. Olsen's, Dyer, Pepperwood, Scotia and
Eureka. '
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at re-
duced rates.
On Sundays — Round-trip tickets to all points
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket office. C5O Market St., Chronic!*
buildlnz- •
H.. C. WHITING. R. X. RYAN.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Aft.
ADVEBTISEMENTS.
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health's sake. It is also an excel-
lent spring tonic and will fortify
the system against attacks of La
Grippe, Colds, Chills or Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
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Personally Conducted.'
l If you are going East and have never
' been through Salt Lake City and over
j the famous Denver & Rio Grande Ry.,
past the wonderful Colorado mountain
scenery, will you not write me for
| information about our three-times-a-
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greatest comfort; if you care any thing
for seeing interesting places and mag-
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want to be sure that you will be well
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W. 0. SANBORN, Gen'l Agent Burlington Rauta,
' 631 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
C32 Phone, Main 1188.
California
Limited...
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§||g||||j||;j For Those Who
|j™H~^l Seek the Best
SANTA FE TRAINS '
Leave Market -street Ferry DepotS
I Local I IJm'd I Local lOVrl'd
I Dally I Dally | DaUy | Dally
Lr San Fran 8:0Oa| 9:30a) 4:0Op 8:00p
Ar Stockton ll:10al2:08p 7:10pll:13p
"Merced 1:20 p 1:40 p 1:28 a
'•Fresno 3:20p 3:00p 8:13a
"Hanford 5:00p 3:51 p 7:50a
••Vlsalla 10:23p 4:4Sp ",;00a
" Bakersfleld .. 7:10 p 3:50 p 7:33 a
" Kansas City 2:aSal 7:20a
"Chicago 2:13p! 8:47 p
a for morning, p (or afternoon.
8:00 a. m. Daily is Bakersfleld Local, stop-
ping at all points In San Joaquin Valley. Cor-
rcsponflir.K train arrives at 7:50 a. m. dally.
9:30 a. m. Dally is the CAUTOBSTXA
LIMITED, carrying Palace Sleeping Cars
and Dining Cars through to Chicago. Chair
Car runs to BakersSeJd for accommodation of
: local first- class passengers. No second-claas
tickets are honored on thl3 trsJn. Correspond-
ing tr2ln arrives at 11:10 p. ra. daily.
- 4:00 p. m. is Stockton Local. Corresponding
train arrives at 11:10 a. m. dally. .
8:00 p. m. is the Overland Express, wlta
through Palace and Tourist Sleepers and Fre«
Reclining Chair Cars to Chicago; also Palace <
filteper. which cuts out at Fresno. CorrespCnd- |
ing train arrives at 6:00 p. m. daily.
Personally conducted parties for Kansas
City. Chicago and East leave San Francisco
every Monday. Thursday and Saturday at 8
P. «n. *
¦ Offices — «U1 Market street and In Ferry D»-
pot. Pan Francisco; 1112 Broadway. Oakland.
§|ppiiii|| TO SAN RAFAEL
IR^S^^J SANQUENTIN,
MILL VALLEY,
» CAZADER0 ' ETC -
S^»4^r^^§§ via Sausalito Ferry
WEEK DAYS (Holidays exeepted) — 6:45,
t»7:45, 8:45. 1>:45. 11 b.. m., 12:20, »1:45. 3:15,
4:15. t'>:13. '*«:15, '!:45, 9, 11:45 d. m.
7:43 a. m. train week days does not run to
Mill Valley.
SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS— 7.
tS t*0 f*10. 11, tlt:SO a. m.. t!2:30, f»l:30,
2:;!5, »3:50, 5, »>, 7:30, 1), 11:15 y. m.
Trnins marked (*) run to San Quentln. Those
marked (t) to Fairfax, except 5:15 p. m. Sat-
urdays. On Saturdays the 3:15 p. m. train
runs to Fairfax.
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRAXCISCO
— Week cays— ">:25. t6:25, 7 MO, 8:15, J9:.T5.
11:05 a. m., 12:30. 2:20, t3:45, 4:50, 3:30.
ti:4."«. 10:20 p. m.
. SUNDAYS— «:15. 7:35, tS:10. 9:4Q. tlO:53,
?11:43 a. m.. 12:50. 2:30, JC:23, 4:40, $3:50.
0:55. 7:33. 10:20 p. m.
Trains marked <t) start from San Quentln.
FROM MILL. VALLEY TO SAN FRAN-
CISCO — Week days — 5:45, 6:40, 7:45. 8:23.
8:45. 11:10 a. m., 12:40, 2:45,. 5:15, 5:10, 7:05,
10:40 p. m.
SUNDAYS— <3:35, 7:5.'., 10. 11:10 a. m..
12:tt>, 1:05. 2:40, 3:45. 4:55. «:05, 7:10, 10:40
! " '"" THROUGH TRAINS.
7:43 a. m., week days — Cazadero and way
Etutions.
ft: 15 p. m., week days (Saturdays excepted)
— Tomalea and way stations .
3:15 p. m., Saturdays — Cazadero and way
station:*.
Sundays and Legal Holidays — 8 a. m., <*aza-
dero and way stations.
Sundays and Legral Holidays — 10 a. m.. Point
Reyes and way stations.
TimCET OFFICE — «2« Market st. *
FERRY— Foot of Macket st.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS RAILWAY
¦ • ¦ L«ave Via Sausalito Ferry Arrive
San Fran. Foot of Market St. San Fran.
r^a k I""' T i .S:»P...tr.hi rtv^ Sun- Week
pays-^ays^^^^^^^^^ days^ Days.
> : «a. 5:00 a. p^-r^r^o^^^iM 12.00m. 9.15a.
1:«p. 9:00a. uMltlnVu^ tUKa 12:50 p. 3:30p.
6:15p - i : 7n A - *.*.w-k^.-U- ¦ 3:iOF.540p.
ZZiiSJ: -TmBioFTiiupur 545>"--~
2.3S>. Op*^»»tu>»T««rw»»*. g-oo P __
UTUR34tS OILI— Lean Tnirn S^9 p. vnn San Francises llio'tf
TICICT j 626 Market St., (North Shore Railroad)
OmCES | and Sausal'TO Ferry. Foot Market St.
¦WBoHy Gall, $1.00 Der Year

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