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THURSDAY. JUNE 29.
Sun' rises /....."..: .1 ..... ..." : . .4 :60 Sun sets 7f36 Moon rises •... .'.,..,..-.,» 2:53 a; m. D ITlmel |Tlme| jTlme Time . 2. 1 1: Ft. I i-| Ft. f-rr- 1 - Ft..- -^- "Ft. ? Il av| |h w| |l w h w 29 I 8:101 0.5 10:18 8.9 2:37 2.7 8:47 6.6 «0. 3:50 0.1 11:05 4.1 8:25 2.8 9:21 6.8 1 I 4:26|—0.3 11:47 4.3 4:04 c 2.9 9:60 6.8 .Movemf nt of Steamer*. Tie Tlnie ;»all on' the tower of • the Ferry bail<!tnsri.was-(Jri>np«di-e.xactlM nttioon to-day-^ !..«., At,noon. of the 120 th .meridian,... or at -?8 V-. m.,' Greenwich time, j^ '-C. ' BURNJCTT. : '". ' ' . Lieutenant,' If. S. N.," In" charged ; Time Ball. Branch. Jiydrflgraphlc Of flee,, U. ,S,. N..." Mer chants' Exchange, San. Francisco,, Cal., June 2S. lU3. NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides the early morning tides are given "In the' left l:and column and j the successive tides of. the day In the order of -occurrej":e as. to time; the fourth time ' column- fives the last tide of the day, except- when there are but three tides, as f ometimes occurs. The heights given are, in addition to the soundings of the United States Coast Survey Charts, except when a minus (—)( — ) si^n. precedes. the height, and then the number piven Is subtracted from the depth given by the charts. The plane otreference Is the mean of th« lower low waters. . \u0084 .\u25a0. \u25a0 .;, minutes later than at Fprt .» Point :'thi height of tide Is the tame at both places. > - - SCHOONER ACADEMY! WHICH HAS OONE.ON. A VOYAGE OF SCIEN • TIFIC INVESTIGATION.. f';'• ' ,' Prnlt ana Wheat riiillrtln. r,»Z°J the twenty-four hours ending 5 p. m.. j2oth mexldian time, San Franclscp, v June 28. £ ;S \u25a0' ~ ™ a < '•'\u25a0< :•-\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0 .^5O ;^ s^ . g. \u25a0<•££\u25a0\u25a0 :^~: .«. ' . .;- 3| 33-? V . s2 2. STATIONS. %C -gc ;- ?o? o 0.5. - \u25a0 • -S3S 3 3^ 3 i • >?; • :3 : :; \u25a0 -IS ; * #\u2666 '\u2666.j -."\u25a0 --^-..O • , n n ; . ..' , \u25a0 ; Cloverdal6^... v tr_>'b .00 Clear .... .; Colusa do 54 .00 Clear Eureka. ........ 60 . 48 ,0o Cloudy N ' - 12 H!"" 4 •••••:• -02 i 52 i.(X) Clear. .... .. Hollister .r.tt.iKt *43 j.OO CTear : W Independence .'.-r 9O fil» '©0 rirtr =!P< iA King I City.. .*.;. " M t 4 T Jloo". aSr'- N Livermore no 4,1 JOO Clear Los Angeles.... 7« .52 .m clear SW 12 Merced 05 52 .CO Clear Newcastle 01 60 .00 Clear w" !' Newman ....... 05 51 .00 Clear ..';.\u25a0; sal5 aI ? rmo 03,49 .«x> Pt.Cldy. .. Porteryllle . . .... CC -50 .00 Clear -NW i gf d B"« 94 60 .00 Clear S 4 Riverside 84 49 >jo clear. -.- Sacramento ....SB<s2 .00 Pt.Cldy S ' 6 fcan Dieso 68 60 .00 Clear W 4 San Braneisco.. 61* 52 .00 Clear W 28 San Luis Oblspo. 72 46 .00 Clear W r> hanta Maria.... 62 45 .oi> Clear Santa R05a..... S2 44 ' .C(» Clear ':'.'.'. '.'. Willows ....':.. 90 50 .00 Clear S '.. Weather and crop conditions. C 2! u . Sa ~ Peache *- P ears antl prunes in good condition; weather .favorable. . \u25a0 Riverside— Black scale has since ltist year* • Santa Maria— Barley yleldlnsr well. 'buf oats and wheat pre much lighter; -beans promising. Cloverdalo— Hops. growing slowly on account of cold weather. Palermo— Orange trees beginning to put on new growth. •,••\u25a0\u25a0.. Hanford— Wheat crop doing nicely; peaches excellent. • •\u25a0- - .... - - . . • Hollister— Apples doing well; good prospects for large crop. . • • ', \u25a0*; - - ' \u25a0 Livermore— Heading barley and threshing be gun this: week; .-. \u25a0->•.;. '.. -.. \u25a0\u25a0 . . .Willows — Wheat turning out ; very poorly: abo.ut third, of crop., ...; y. .;»,..> "A. G. MoAPIE, Section Director, v Weather' Kepbrt. ' *'' (120 th Meridian—Pacific Time.) SAN FRANCISCO, June 28—5 p. m. The following maximum and minimum tem peratures are reported for the previous day:' Cincinnati ....:. .74-60 Philadelphia" ..W.74-5B Boston. .......;,. 70-56 New York . . . . . .70-stf Jacksonville ........02-7.4 Washington. .....74-56 St. Eouis ;..,'. ...S2-O(3 Pittsburgv .74-54 Chicago \u0084 ..56-52 Honolulu ........84-70 New Orleans '..'. .oo-78 \u25a0 \u25a0. • ' - - -- SAN FRANCISCO ..\ . . .; . . . :62-52 *.- .... ';. COAST RECORD.'- . \u25a0i ! ... ,'\u25a0•: a.'VSi^a^a.V^-.- I STATIONS. S: l =. ir |o 1^- I - ' ' -i , ? £ S. "F* . ? — . . \u25a0\u25a0 : : '': \u25a0'\u25a0.\u25a0£• £• . • \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'. \u25a0 " 2 \u25a0 . • \u25a0 . . • ' \u25a0 \u25a0 1 • 1 . • .-.--.. .p \u25a0 ;..;-.. ; , •' <» • <i ; \u25a0 ; ' • • . \u25a0 \u25a0 . Bakpr .. '.. ,10.02 74 38-SE Clear .00 Carson ... .'.::29.86 82 40 W Clear 00 Eureka .'.... ::80.10 60 48 .N. Cloudy .00 Fre5n0 '...:... 20. 88 W. 54 NW. Clear .00 5. E. Farallon.SOJOl. 55 •52 NW. Cloudy .00 Flagstaff 29.70 82 44 SW .Clear •• :0<) Independence .29.74 00 162 SE Clear .00 Los Angeles ...29.83 '76 52 .SW Clear • .00 ML Tamalpais.2o:BB 76 :58 W Pt.Cldy->.OO North Head ..SO. 14 C 8 c 62 NW- Clear T. Phoenix .;.... 29. 64 104 68 \V Clear • :-.00 Point Reyes '..29.os 5a:49< N -Cloudy t -.00 Pocatello \u25a0 . . . :.29.96' 74 -50-. W . Clear* ; .00 Portland ...."50. 04 74 102' NW Clear - T. Red Bluff ....29.82 •04 60 3 -Clear -.00 Roseburg .:..'.21):08 78 '42 s NE3 : Clear .00 Sacramento ' .".29.88 88 52 S \ Pt.Cldy. .00 Bait Lake V.. 20. 00. 78-64 NW Clear .00 San Francleco.29.oB (>2 62 W-;aear ..00 6. L. 0b15p0.".29.5>6 72 :40 W. -Clear. .00' Ban 'Diego .. . .29.88 CS :00 W.!- Clear : : .00 Seattle--.. ;... -30.14 -68 s«> • NW "PtlCldy .2? Spokane .. 30.10 70 48 ,SW Pt.Cldy .(K) TatooEh ......30.16 -C 4 CO •NW Clear .00 Walla Wa11a.. 30.02 .73 52 ,N --: Pt.Cldy .00 Winnemucca ..2».00^ 82 :42 *&W Clear \u25a0.. .00 ,Yuma .. ..29.68 100 70 SW Clear . 00 Warmer weather prevails on the coast, ex cept near. San Francisco, where it; is slightly cooler. '. ' " "• •• . \u25a0 \u25a0 ' U ' \u0084-;.-< No rain ; has fallen west Ot the Rocky Moun tains. - ' \u25a0 ;. I - \u25a0 \u25a0:'. <..\u25a0 ' i ; \u25a0;: - \u25a0 : Forecast made at San : Francisco for "thirty hours : ending; mldniffht,!. Tune: 20: San Francisco an.l vicinity— Fair Thursday, warmer:' light southwest winds, changing to brisk • west. . -V . •. ' . - 'Los Angeles .and vlpinlty — Fair Thursday, with fog In. the mornihs:: fresh west wiml*; } - Sacramento ;• Valley— Fair; Thursday;-' light south :\u25a0 winds, -f - •' • • .-;n. -;n \u25a0 , \u25a0 , I San.- Joaquin .Valley — Fair; Thursday; light north winds. \u25a0\u25a0 : ,:' .\' r '\u25a0'. • ' : " \u25a0 Coast— -Fair Thursday; with fog In the morn 'lr.g and -at night: brisk .-west, winds. '-'•Nevada — Fair.Thursday.: - \u25a0 ? " '.-•.. -•. ; : \u25a0'..-. A. G.'^McADIE,. District -Forecaster. WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL FORECAST. SANTA/; CRIJZ,- v Jun«t?2B.-^John ; ;*:Z. : White?' thetslnkle 'tax- orator." to-night addressedTa^ large 'audience^ at; t heVUn 1 £ tar'Tah^cbufcJY" " Jle spoke "'on "How \u25a0to Prevent,'Strikes.V _-..-;. ';' :•\u25a0"'•*.! \u25a0'\u25a0•:>\u25a0'\u25a0 .7 •,>%liltc. Spcokniat w Sontn ; Cruc. SANTA iIONICA. June 2S.— Charles L-'Albee. who was shot at the ' Soldiers'. Home "yesterday by John Condon, died to-day. Condon is In jail. Both-m^n were Civil War veterans. \u25a0 .Conddn served in Company D. .Sixty-ninth New York Regiment. Albee was a member of Company C. First California Infan try, .'.v^ :,-.\u25a0\u25a0• r;- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 '--'" k V SEATTLE, ;Juhe^2B.^Seattle ; -won-l: a splendidly ; played " game f from Oakland, the final: score, being! 2 to;l." -Both/JIII lerTandiGrahanfi were; in > fine » form '"and) backed by'fastflelding, 1 kept the batters off , the;;! bases::'/; BlankenshlpX, timely .hUtingr.'gave^ Seattle -bothVof. her -runs.^ Scorlnjf Both ' Seattle's Runs. BlankeWsalp There With 'Two •Bi nglr a, OAKS STILL OXTHB SLIDE. SIIOOTIX: 'AT SOLDIERS'/"" lIO.UK TEHMIXATES FATALLY SANTA' CRUZ, ; June i 28.:--Game\War den ; Reed has 1 stock . Corralitos ;Creek," at : the southern .end of 'the county/iwlth 25-,oOO.^steelh.ead : ;and ; rainbow, ,- trout. .The "fish -i have \u25a0'. been; distributed^ in the •tributaries^in; Brown ; Hazel Del l.VfsTwenty-^five - thousand * were : also ;turnod;loosc- to-day Vln'Sonueli Creek.'" • Stream* Are S locked With . Fish. .^Earned runs — Seattle- 1.". Oakland 1. Error Strelb." Two-base Jilts — Miller, Kruger.. Double play — HaU.toiKtmmer. \u25a0• Sacrifice hits — Wnl ! ters.H Graham. ': Stanley. Stolen- basts — Kan<* Blanker.shlp,» Hall.. Btrelb." Kmser. Gralram. Struck out— By Miller. I.. by' tiraham S. Bj«t>s on-'balls— By Miller :l, J by Craham 5. Hit , by pitched ; ball— D»»vereaux. "Uft on bases — Se- I'attle^ 7. .Oakland U. -UmDlre — Bray. , Seattle il 0 1 O -0 0 6 0 x— •» • Uas«» hits ..... t iv . ' 2\u25a0 \u25a0 1 1 1 v 1 . x ; 7 Oakland ........ .' 1 O t> 0 0 0:0 0 o—l " Uase hits .'..*".". :j 1 j) 11 0 i» 0 1— 7 '\u25a0 : < ?*\u25ba'•'.*\u25a0\u25a0;"\u25a0 ' : 1 : - -"v ; v : SUMMARY. and both he and Stanley did nice work behind the bat. Score: .... Seattle— Oakland— , •' AB. R.H. P.A. AB.-RH P\ Wlters.rf 2 0 0 4 0 VnHn. cf -( O*2*.U'O Kane. 3b a. 1 ,« 2,0 Frnks.ss 4 1 111 Bkshp. c 4O 2 1 tKelly. i'b 4 (> t) ">• » . Kmer, lb 2 0 0 0 ; 2 Dnlvy. if 4 n 1 T « Houtz. If .: . 0 » - 1 .<r strelb. 1b :i o 07 » O'Conl.2b 4 0 11V Kru^r. rf 4 0 n 1 o McHle.cf 4 0 1 : X 0 I>e/ix.3b .1 0 " •• 3 R.Hall.sa 8\u25a0 0 .1 5: 1 Grahm. p 3 0 I •••» 1 Miller, .p 3 12 13 Stanley.c 2 l> - 0 « , 1 Totals.2S 2 7 27 8 Totals.3l T 7 'Jl ~7 .RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. , iSAN.DIEqO. Juno 28.-r r The body/of A. D. Keith, ' a: rancher .whose place is about thirty miles: east' of; here,Xwas 'found to day in \ the .brush near his home 'with '\u25a0 a' bullet-hole in the head, i, Keith left home Monday to find some; stock' and ,a search twas; instituted ibecause /of : his 'long ' ab sence.;. '; There is • no; doubt that he ; was ihiiirdered.Tas no weapon was found near! the- body.: v;--.- =\u25a0. - \u25a0/•'. \u25a0 . Sun, 3loun find Tirio. y United States Coast and Grodctlc Survey- Tin^ and HHght of Hi^h and Low Wattis .at Fort Point, entrance- to 'San' Fr»nclsto - Bay. . Published' by official anthorlty'of tlie Scr»«rlnt<ndfnt." ' \u25a0 ' •' " / *^ ", Jl NOTE — The high and," low waters occur : at the city front fMlssion-strect wharf) about S3 Per Br eh'.o Windsor Park, from Antwerp June 2t-— Seiled from Antwerp : Feb 12; • an chored off Flushing *am« day- and sailed Feb 14; had strong X\V winds In the channel; was "i days to the equator, which was crossed In long-24 06 W; tot the SE trades In lat 2 N and loft them In lat 22 S; -bad westerly winds to lat 54 S; was IS days from CO S to 60 S-; had N'NW winds to the equator, which was crotsfd May 24, long, 10C - 33 AY; got the NX trad.es la lat 10 X and lest them In lat ZS N. long 143 W; thence to port had variable wind*. 1 NEW YORK.- June 27— Stmr City of Savan nah, from here for. Colon, returned here to-day with steering gear disabled. .» v - \u25a0 LONDON,- June 28— Br ehlp Swanhllda. from Greenock , for Coqulmbo. has -put into Rio de Janeiro eerioui«!y damaged;' reinsurance at rate of 75 per cent, f ; .>-; - , \ ! Per -Oer' ship Alsterdair.m, from Santa Uo iwlia June 2S-^June 27, 11 a ' m, ' *bepr. a three ir.Hficd' thl;i steering for. San FrahclsSo. ' Per shli» Astral, from KoBe. June 2S — Had strong N and NE.wtwSs for thirty <}aysr June is righted lighthouse" at- Pedro Klaneo- during '«trorK*nortlserly gale.sand It took tea* day* to tieat up to port;' '.. . -.- • .llciniir:ut<ia._ jSlibt- by^Soiiie Uiiknown-Per : son While KoiindihgU]) - His; Stock. • v , Cnu.xe of Death Is Sot Known. FRESNO, June. 2S. — C. Forem. pro prietor of a photograph stand adjoining the Hughes Hotel, was discovered dead to-day. Forem "was obliged to take morphine to produce sleep and it 13 not known: whether death " resulted from natural causes or. from an overdose of the drug. Forem's relatives in the East have been notified of hi 3 death. mm QV MUEDEIiED ; . , HATCHER IS FOUND ARUIVED. Wtdnefday, June 25.« .Stmr Columbia. Dcran. 6a hours from Port land, via Asturla 43 U hour*. . Stmr Eureka. Hall. 4>* days from Seattle. * Stmr South liny. Andreeen. 80 hours irom Portland, .via Asicria To htyur&; bound for .San Pedro; called in to land i>a«ecgers. .Bunr.. -Vorth Ktrk, KettUß, Jti hours from Curcka, with barge Lakme in tow. , tittr.r Xa;..;:al city. Hatnn:ar. 15 hour* from Fort Bj'asF. .i.lrtmr :<.t:;;i<ts, Howard, from trial trip 'ouf. \u25a0lde the HfaJt. .fc'tmr Pr«nties. Ahlstrom. 23 hours from Burtka. °. . : - 6ttnr Jioxue City. Hanson. W^i hours troift Ee&tUe;. hound «outh; put in to land pasten etr*. . Ktmr Mocsl«. Corning. 4 hours from, Half-' reeon Ra;-. : - , t'hlp Astral. Dunham, 42 days from Kobe. tier ship AJsterdamm, Cord*, 2S days from Eanta Rcullt. " ,Br fchip Wlndsar Park. Livingstone. li 7 6*ya from Antwerp. liarre L&ktne. itaraf-iiup. :;g hours from Eureka,- In tow of \u25a0ttor North Fork. CLEARED. Wednesday, June 2S. gimr State of Cailfcrcia, Thomas, San Di j tgo, ctr; Pacific Coaet iJteamKhlp Company. Jiimr Pomcna, hwaiifon, Uurtka; Pacific Cpaft Steamshli* Comtianj. \u25a0 Stmr Nevadtn. Greene. Seattle and Tacoma: Williams, D:mond &. Co. Br stmr Hazoi UoiUi. Cow, hhanshal via K**ttle; Hobert Dollar Ctomuany.! P.ULED. j fitmr Mari!X)?a. He ward, trial trip.' .Kttnr South Bay, Andrcteti. San Uiegxj. ' * Rtmr Arctic, Nrtecn. ICure ka. ~ti:mr t>atita Uarhaia, Zsddart, Seattle. Stmr Pomona: Su-anscn, Kun-U. . Bfmr Ohico. Norberg, Hardy Creek. • gtmr S^a Foam. Miller. Mendocino. Ftrrr Noyo. Johnson, Cureka. Stmr Brunswick. Kllc.'een. Tort Hracg. Btmr Nome City, Hancen, Port Los Angfile*. SHIIfPI.VG I.VTELLIGEXCE. Fifth rac*. one and a 'sixteenth 'mile* — Ex tol ' won. M:»s," Betty second. Plautus third. Time. 1:51 3-3. . Sixth race, seven furlorss — Mlladt Love wen. Uene Haatllon second. Dandlllo ' third. Time. l:su Z-y • ;• , > , Kourth race, nve ami a half furlongs. handi cap—Sonny won. Chief Hayes second. Topsy Uob'nson third. Time. 1:1'» :t-">. Second race, one mile and twenty yards— Pusslve won. Xettimr second T. J. Powell third. Time. t:IO 3-5. Third race, six furlongs — J. W. O'Neill won. Frank Bell *ecnnd. Luculess third Time. 1:17. First race, five furlongs— Sarsaparilla wen. Katherlne L second. Dom* Hamilton third. Time 1 :04 ST. LOUI.SV Juno 23. — Governor '.Folk catrc from Jeif^rson City to-day for a conference with the Uoard of Pollc* Connnisslojicrs. statin? ''that the' con ference "v/as lor the dwijjfon '«! mejins of etiforring' th'i la^v." ' Con cerning the position taken by those act ive In the opcriitfons in the betting rins 1 at^D^lmar track 'that th«* repeu! of the breeders' .law was unconstitutional and' their expressed determination.'* to niiike v Hyht on thtit ground. Governor F*»lk'Baid: "It is^a" law now. in any event, and, bclnsr fi'lr.w. It will be enforced." : Sutnmary: • 1 1 uk on KaocM Br Hnforevd. Insist* lTbnt the Lin Ui-jtilJitluz Het- nOVCIS.VOK FOLK I.«t FIRM. Clmrtorrd for Lumber. The British chip Kinross (on Purst Sound) Is chartered for lumber thence to Anca, Chile; Cierman ship Olinda. (also on Puget sound), une business, theoce to the United Kingdom ax fi7» <l<i. ;.,:•-; .-::\u25a0•.';, - INDL.VNAPOLIS. Ind., June 2S.— ln the events preliminary to the Grand American bluerock handicap shoot to day W. R. Crosby of OFallen, 111., was first with 199 breaks out of a possible 200. He missed his first target. \u25a0 . Fred Gilbert of Spirit Lake. lowa, was sec ond, with 196. The feature event of the day was the State amateur five man team shooting at 500 targets. The first squad from Ohio carried off the honors with a total of 474 breaks. Crosby's AVonderftil Mhootlas:. Rrdvrood for Shanghai. The British steamer ; Hazel Dollar was cleared yesterday for Shanghai via Seattle with fcO.tr-ri leet of redwood lumber valued at Th« Octar.lc Steamship Company's liner • Vertura, "Japtaln Haj-vard, \u25a0•rill sail at 2 o'clock fh:s afternoon for Honolulu,' and the . Antipodes. She will carry a full cargo and ibany passengers. Wnturn Will Sail To-Day. TO ARRIVE.' , Steamer^ - From.- :• •j-Due: North Fork. 1 . Huniboldt ' .'. June 29 Corona.*.'.'...'. 'Humboldt ".'."..... June 29 Banta Rosa-.. San ' Diego & Way Ports June TJ l't. Arer.a. . . . Mendocino & Pt. Arena June 20 11. F. Plant.. Coos Bay & pt Orford. June 20 Chehalls Ban Pearq ...'. June 30 sequoia Grays Harbor ........ June 80 Curacao. Mexican Ports ........^ June 30 I'on-iO Point Arena A Albion. June 30 San Jose New York via Ancon. June 30 City Peking.. New York via Ancon. June 30 Queen Puget Sound' Ports June 30 Theben Hamburg & Way Ports June- 30 Elisabeth. "... Coqullle River June 30 Del Norte Crescent City ........ June 30 Eureka. ...... Humboldt June SO J. Hlgglns San Pedro July 1 Moniara. .... Comox. B. C... July 1 Vanguard San Pedro ..July 1 Argo. Eel River Ports -. July 1 F« L«ggett. . . Hnmboldt" July 2 Bonita • San Pedro & Way Pts. July. 2 F. Kllburn... Portland & Way Ports: July 2 P0m0na...... Humboldt *..'... ....".... July 2 Breakwater.. Coos-Bay ...July 2 Arctic: ....... Humboldt .- .....; July 2 FeaFoam..'.- Mendocino &Pt. Arena July ' 2 Bt. Paul Portland & Astoria. ... July 8 Etat« of Cal. . San Diego & Way Pts. July '3 Centralia." Grays Harbor ....... V. July ' 4 Texan • New York via S. Diego July 4 Alameda H0n01u1u ' ... ;.......;.. July 4 Chas. N»elson. Eeattl* •& Tacoma .... July' 4 Roancke Portland & Way Ports. July 6 CityPuebla.. Puget Sound' Port» :.. Julys Rainier Seattle & Belllngham. July \u25a0 8 Coos Bay Newport & Way Ports. July 6 Columbia. . . . Portland & Astoria. . . . July." 8 TO SAIL. Steamer.- Dtstlnatlon. ; Sails. Pier.'. Jane 29. Newport.... Portland &.Way... '5 pm Pier <'5 Cascade Astoria & Portland 5 pm Pier 2 State oJ Cal San Diego & Way. 9, am Pier" 11 Ventura Sydney & Way Pts. 2.pm Pier • 7 Uir.atllla... Puget 'Sound Ports 11 am Pier 9 G. Lindauer Grays Harbor .... 2 pm Pier >2 June ' Bo. • " Newburg... Grays Harbor/.... 12 m Pier 10 Chehalis..:; Grays' Harbor' ..'. . Bpm Pier 2 • - r July 1. Northland.. Astoria & Portland 5 pm Pier 27 Redondo.... Astoria & Portland. 12 '.m Pier 2 Elizabeth.. Coqullle •\u25a0 River "... spm Pier 20 Vanguards. Humboldt sipmPier27 Porno .. . Pt. Arena & Albion 0 pm Pier 2 jM. F. Plant Coos Bay '........ 4 pm Pier 11 Pt. Arena.. Point. Arena 4pm Pier 2 ; Coos Bay... Newport & Way.. 0 am P,er 11 N. Fork:... Humboldt ..:.."...\u25a0. 9 am Pier 20 Columbia... Astoria & 'Portland. 11- am Pier 24 D0ric. ...... China &.. Japan..,. 1 pm Pier 40 Mariposa..: Tahiti ::. : . .'. . 11 am Pier 7 Corona...- Humboldf .."..:.'.'.. 1:30 p Pier-'tt ' July 2. , . j \u25a0 .--•: V. Legßett. Ivjb Angeles (Ports*. Jl2/m Pier .,2 Santa Rosa ss B n Diego <& Way. \u25a0« am Pier 11 Eureka....- Humboldt >.. 9 am Pier 6 , . . • July. 3. . " . -. Aru0. ...... Eel River Ports... 3 pm Pier 2 "\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:•/' '' July 4.; ' \u0084..;! ." '-,;'. Centralia.i. Los Angelea Ports. 10 am Pier -10 Breakwater. C005 '..8ay ......... 6 pm Pier- 8 \u0084 '\u25a0 - \u25a0 July 5.: * ". \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ... < ... . Pomona.... Humboldt .....'. 1:30 p pier 9 Arctic: Humboldt .'....'.... 10 am Pier -2 Sea Foam.. Point "Arena; .*..'... 4pm Pier ' a Koanoke... Los Angeles Ports. l. ...•..".' Pier., o Bonita..'..* Ean Pedro<&:Way. 9am Pier, ll F. Kilburn. Astoria & Portland 10 am Pler,27 Queen. ...'.. Puget .Sound ' Ports. Ham Pier . » C. Nelacn. . . Seattle &. \ Tacoftla .' spm Pier 20 City Peking' N. Y.- via' Ancon.. 12 m'Pler-40 St. Paul.... Astorta *. Portland U am) Pier 24 \u25a0 . • - • July 7. J • '~.:, ;;:•; |.' \u25a0.-"•\u25a0 Sequoia.... Willapa Harbor.... 12 ml Pier 20 Curacao.... Mexican Ports ..;. 10 anvPier 11 •\u25a0 \u25a0-- \u25a0: -''\u25a0 July a• - '••\u25a0;. j Rainier Seattle & Bellnghm 2 pm Pler:10 Sail- Jose...;- N.Y.- via. Ancon.. 12,-mlPier 40 Alameda... 1 H0n01u1u:. .....;,. \ 11 amJPIer v ' 7 Manchuria. I Chi na' ( & Japan.. :": 1 pmfpier.4o .. \u25a0•\u25a0 FROM SEATTLE;: -' ' ;--'; --' .'" Steamer. 1 Destination."' '' Sails* Dolphin.-. ;•.. . .Skafrway&> Way -Ports. 9*un« 30 Excelsior. Seward & Way PorU. July 1 Humboldt.... fkagway & Way Ports. Julyi 1. Cottage City.". Skagway & Way Ports. July 2 •Dir1g0.". ...... Skagway, direct « .:.:.".'. July \u25a0 ' 3 Farallon.. .. .'. Skagway &-. Way I»orta. July *'a 0hi0.......... Nome. & .St.- Michael.-. July 3 Jefferson ; ., ! Ekagway &'Way Port*.|Ju!y • :r> 01ymp1a... ..-. Nome *' St.' >MleTiael;(July ' 5 Edith...:....", Nome ;& •: St.^Michael. ! July -'?«' SaptalClara:... Valdez-.&.ge ward \u25a0.•... July : 8 Tampico;. .... Ndme : ; & 1 tit.TJMieh'aei: .Iqly ji» \u25a0Portland."'.*..'.. Cooks, lrtlpr&^Way Pts J"uly'"l6 •\u25a0\u25a0' WASHINGTON; -'June 28.--Go*yernor. Maroon at : * Panama ' has " fepbrted'-; three * hew cases .of yellow fever., 1 . - , : "."*\u25a0• '''^i~ Errors — Schlafiey .'2. - McLean. McLau?hlin. Struck out — By -French rl;; by Esslck 7, »by Fitzgerald 'l;^- First* base oh errors— Tacoma lr'/ Bases; on.' balls — Off- French' a. 1 - off ' E'slck l,"off.Fltrgerald S.v.Left on bases— Portland 6, Tacoma : 15.' : -Two-baee 'hits — Householder. "Mc- Lean,"' Nordyke.-. Eagan."McLauKhHn; 2.* Passed balls— McLean l.^Hogan I~" Sacrifice hits — Me .Lean.* Nordyke."' Hogan. ,, i Hit by \u25a0 pitched ' ball—" By " Esslck i l; '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Innings , pitched by French. 5 ; 3 ; base hits off \u25a0 French; >I:.' runs scored byj oppo nents at time .Pitcher French^waa taken out." 1". .Time 1 of .game — One 'hour "and -30 minutes. Umpire— Perrine. ~ : ", .' ,'. . \u25a0 SUMMARY. PORTLAND^ v June 28— Umpire Per rine incurred the enmity ._ of the bleachers again to-day for decisions in : the.' game Portland"; lost to Tacoma by a score of 7- to 3.. He, was mobbed on 'the field and was escorted home by two policemen to •prevent rowdies from dolng-hinvinjury. The better. class, of fans are annoyed at the occurrence, although they, consider Perrine incompetent. The fans were in' bad temperA as French hadbeenpound ed out of the box in the^third. Only one run was scored by •the Tigers In. this Inning, "but French dsk*?d to bo relieved. The' fans hooted Perrinc's decision on strikes. : After that ' every., adverse de cision called : down- - jeers from- : the cr6wd.' r ;The 'game had no batting fea tures, though Tacoma made, most of its runs after two men were. out. » The trouble. against Perrine arose- in the sixth," when; tho crowd surged in the field and was only stopped j from a dis graceful attack on the defenseless uni pire by the police and players interven \u25a0 Portland — ' -' ."I .Tacoma— AB.R.-H. P.A.|, • it . AB.R. H. P.A. Atz.s.... 4 0 1 -3 l'Doyle.rf. 4 S 2 2 0 M'Crd.rf .3 O'.l ; 1 1 Shehn.Sb' 5 1 1 1v 3 Mtchl.lb.T 1 1 S.ONrdyk.lb 4 11 13 .1 Rchlfiy.2b,4 1 1.2 ;2 Eagan.s.-v.". 1 2 2 3 Hshldr.cf:4l 1 1 OM'Lsn.lf 4 0 3.4 0 Mcl^ean.c 3 0 IJO-, 1 Lynch.cf 4 0 1 10 •Caten.lf.. 3' 0 ", 0 1 0 Casey t 2b. 4 1 1 2 3 Rnkle.Sb. 4 0. 0 1 1 Hogan.c. 4 0 0 2 1 French, p. • 1 0 0 0 1 Ftzgrld.p s*o 0 0 2 Essick.p. 3 0. 1 0"2 — '— ___ \u25a0 — — ;— Totals "9 7 U 27 13 Totals .12 -, 3 -7 27 U \u25a0' , ; RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. Portland.. ...;•. ;.o' if 0, 00 0 0• 2 C— 3 "v Base hit 5..... .:1 1' 1 0 2 1 0 10—7 Tacoma ....:..:. .0 0 1 5 0 00 1 (1 — 7 Base hits.'. ...r.t> 2 1 - C'-O' 0 0 2 o—ll Police Protect Him. "Bull's" Decision Enrages Crowd aud ' John H. Stone, a launch engineer. Jumped Is the b»y early yesterJay morning from the ceck oX his boat and was caved from drowning ty Policeman" A. L. M&rtien. Stone resisted th« officter'a efforts to cave him. but was dragged from th« water and taken to the Harbor Hospital, where he was put to bed until his clothes dried. He refused to give any reason for his attempt^at self-destructiou. j Saved br \u25a0 Polleeman. PORTLAND. June 28.— Louis. Levy of the San , Francisco Olympic Club has yet to mepf his match in the handball contest now taking place under the auspices of tlie x Lewis and Clark Ex position. With. the hard ball he was especially successful. Only when paired with C. Stockton (unattached) of Port land, who is entirely out of practice, •were his opponents able to make any showing. The' results to-day: Hard l>all singles — Levy won over A. Jones, MA. A: C. 21-4. 21-6; soft ball doubles ' — T. M. Dunne and F.E. Watkins. M.- A. A. ";C, won over Levy and Stockton, 21-7. 21-17. Harry Livingstone \u25a0 and C. Barrell. M. A. A. C, won over B. M. Arion and I. Cohen, Astoria Commercial Club, 21-0. 21-1. "A Olympic Club Player Win*. PORTLAND FANS MOB PERRLXE. said to have >?ea teriously damaged in heavy *1 veaihf>r. The schooner Honolulu Is quoted for I reinsurance it TO p*r cent and the Chipperkyle t ; 45 per cent. . \u25a0 <\u25a0 THe overdue British ship Ewanbtlda, which v?as Jonß Qverdu* on her voyage from. Greenock for Oxjulmbo and which was reinsured at 75 per . e«?nt. was reported yesterday as having £rri*ed at Rfo id« Janeifo In distress. Sh« Is STrnnhilda In Ilenrd From. EJghtv fast hounds were drawn last night to compete in the class and re serve stakes at Union Coursing Parlc next Sunday. The former event con tains forty entries and a like number of dogs will run in the latter stake. Coursing will cnmiiience Sunday morn ing: upon the" arrival of the special train :it the park. Following is thy result of la-Jt night's draw: Class reserve stake— Silver Heels vs. Du hallow; Pomona vs. Ina Cissus; Gambit vs. Wild Mamie; Domestic Lad ys». Sea Lion: Tra!ee Boy vs. La Ro»a; Carlos Boy vs. Lcrd Brazen: Paul Dunbar vs. Fair Flying; Earge vs. Friendless Boy; Ml Amigo v» Th<» R<»ler#e; Belle Frp* vs. Aeolus: Earl rt. Pan o<he; Tralee's Be^t vs. TlKie R: Pa.tha Pleas ant vs. Auntie Tralee: Lost Chord vs. Hap hazard; Frisco Lad vs. Choo Choo: Presidio .Boy vs. Crawford Belle; " Amandan v». Th» Itival; Patched l-'p vs. tempter; Honest John v#. Gold Chain; Renegade A pacha vs. Giaucua. Reserve stake— Salinas Girl vs. V Presto; Luxury vs.-' Peerless Polly; The Roman vs. Mugßsy; I'eru vs. iiunny brook; Texas Jill ys. Snapper Garrl»n; Vina vs. Real -American; Yctn« Kerry Pippin vs. D R:"Lord* 3efton,'Vs. Our Motto; Sherman vs. lone Hilt; Matchless Lieauty vs. Intruder; Race Kins va.» Frank 'Cwnn; Pajrtlacci vs. J X; Klery Cross vs. .Northern Flyer; Palo Altu va. "Jimmy Lyori; Ytunff Johnny Rex vs. Fiery Rock; • Mavis Clair vs>. Happy Lad; Cl-»oti v* Lady Athlete; -Eoodle Boy , vs. ' Colored Lady." Blue 1!«; I vi. Angus Cissus; Loretta \>. . The Old Peach.' tries Kacb Will Up Decided A>.xt Sunilnv. Clnnn nnil Re«crrc Stakes of Forty En- KICHTV F\ST OREVHOir.VDS 3IATCHKO TO Kl'.\ AT UXIOX Standard Oil Ship Arrives. Th* Stsnilard' Oil Company's clipper ship .As: rV. .arrived, yesterday, t?i days from Kobe, Captain Dunham reports that he encountered throng north $.xi<i tjortheasterly winds for thirty cays. He 6ighted the Pedro Blanco lighthouse en 18 during a tstrorg northerly gale. Tfct Astra] wm ten dajs beating her way trdm tJy;re to port. SAN* JOSE. June ; 2S.— Hoover Bros., livery stable keepers, reported to the Sheriff this morning that a double team and- buggy had been stolen from them. A young man giving the name of G. S. Crossman and claiming he was an ofll cerrfroni Corning, Tehama County, rented the team Tuesday with the ex press purpose of driving to Alum Rock Park. That was the last seen of Cross man and the team. 3lan Who Reprpsentrd Hlmnelf nn tin Officer From Tehatna County 1% Wanted by <he Police. DISAPPEARS . WITH A" TEAM RESTED FROM LIVERY ' STABLE > /The SpreoUels' tug Relief -towed the schooner Acadesny tv oca' yesterday morning and wh«n the .tern-boat's hawser was east off the trim little 1 navy of the California Academy of Sci cn?M,-»Fread her wings to a strong breeze and made s fair ttart, on her long cruise. She Is "manns-d by scientists who will spend the next f iKhteen • mcmt!-,s carryinf on Investigations alnGt.cuthern-Ehf.rea. .. Schooner Academy Sails. PAX DIEGO. June 28. — Work of con struction of the new Eastern Railroad, for which Engineer 11. T. Richards se cured a franchise some months ago. was commenced to-day. A force of men, with five teams and the necessary plows and scrapers, was sent to break pround and begrin the actual construc tion of the road. The first work ia bo ing- done near the bay shore at Old Town and it is announced that the con struction will be hurried as rapidly as possible. An. engineering corps has also been, sent out .to stake out the work. .It is announced that within the next forty days the railway company will be organized to construct and operate the new line, which it is planned to run to Imperial. The com pany, it is said, is to be made up large ly of Eastern capitalists, but their names have not yet been made public. laborers Break Ground on the Con- template*! Line That Is to Ran to Imperial. BEGIN* COXSTRUCTIOX WORK OX SEW EASTERN RAILROAD Reserve, C'ln*» and Op«rn Mafcrs Are «a the PrtiKratnnie (or Saturday and Similajr. Three stakes will be decided on Sat urday and Sunday at ingleside Cours- • ing Park. The events on the iwsrammo are the open stake of fifty-six entries and the class and reserve stakes of thirty-two entries each. Coursing 'will commence on Saturday at 11:30 o'clock, when the. fir3t two rounds of the open stake will be run down. The balance of the card will be completed on Sun day, following is the result of. last night's draw: SSsSSSiwli Opm stake, fifty-six entries— Jotfh L. Sulli van vs. Odd Eyes; Magic Stuff vs., Clairmount; Laboring Boy vs. Peerless Pattl; Siren vs. Mlaa Rocklin; Hazel B vs. Helen Hayes; Lady Fair fax vs. Judge; 'l"ar Baby vs. Wild Belle; Migo Queen vs. Aleatraz; Lady Kelp vs. Handsom* Mary; Marigold vs. Falrmount Lass; Arthur i* ys. Hosay; Bunker Hill vs. Idlewiae; Capital Lady v 3.v 3 . Maid of Dyne; Lilly York vs Reckless Kose; Uttl«> Mercy vs. Lady Liege: Pasadena vs. Kfjuator; Sunny Shore vs. Haughty Helen; i.va I, v». l?rilliancy; Josle Lee vs. Fortunate Dawn; Gloomy Gus vs. Royal Spirit; Lampra Eel vs. Brtgfct Pearl: Carrie T. vs. Black Sky; Midnight Sun vs. Black Lady; Joe Hill ye. My Grafter; Hunter Ralne.vs. Klery Maid; Baby Byron vs. Peerless Beauty; Queen's Beauty \a. Irma Hotfoot; My Surprise vs. Young Moun tain Belle. . Reserve stake, thirty-two entries— General Fremont vs. Doretta; Golden Feather vs. Kleunor B; Prometheus vs. Little Dainty: Mount Eagle vs. Miss Brummel: Real Pa«ha vs. Annie Ryne; Ready Address vs. Galvestou; Crazy Jane vs. Rapid Water: Pasha King vs. Young Tommy R; biroc v«. Pony Capital: Cu banola vs. Runaway Actress: Medley vs. Lulu Girl: Royal Friend \a. Shotgun; Fontenoy v*». Modest -Beauty; Wattles vs. j E H: Free from Flaw vs. Wedgewood; Hi Men Hatred tt. Rlchochet. Class stake. thlrty->two entries — Loretta v*. Icellus: Little Plunger vs. Miss Domestic: Cascade v«». Queen's Motto; For Cold vs. Badly Used: Edenvale vs. Lancashire Lad; Barney Ray vs. Med«ra; False Alarm vs. Daisy Racket; Imperious vs. Doc Burns: Bright Columbia vs. Butte City; Vounc hVarJes* vs. Recklosa Acro bat: Prlnc* Savoy vs. Secretive; Freeborn m. lodine: Conroy v«. Black Cwon; Dear Gaston vs. Eagle Bird; Homer Boy vs. May S; Tom Kin* vs. aiark Twain. *. . _ I.\GU:SIIIE 3IAVAGE.WP.\T ARRAAGES A GOOD CARD LIZARD — PaKsed.June 27-r— ltal sh!p S Ce leste, from Oregon. YOKOHAMA— Arrived June 26^-Br stmr Empress cf Japan, from Vancouver. Prior" to June 1'8 — Br Ktmr Claverburn. from New York; Br etmr Knight Errant, from Tacoma; Ger ttmr Numantla, from* Astoria.'. '\u25a0" ' * CALLAO— Arrived June 25 — Br ehlp Eura fela, from. Port Blakeley... . -; * ... •• . ... Sailed June" 2S— Ship Abner Cobum, from Newcastle, NSW. < •/\u25a0 •->- s . , y- HlOGO— Arrived May 2»— Br stmr Adata. hence April 22 for Yokohama. Prior to June 2s — Br atmr Tottenham, from Tacoma. \ i- Sailed May 20— Br bark Sardhana, for Port Tc*TiK>nd. ANTWERP— SiIIed Jun« 23— Dan ehlp Cop ley, for San Francisco; Br ehlp Claverdon, for Oregon. KOBE — Sailed June ' 25 — Stmr Pleiades, for Manila. ° .•.-•••• NEWCASTLE, AUS-rArrived June 27— Shfp St Frances, from Antofagasta. Arrived June 27 — Bktn"Puako, from Delagoa Bar. TSINTAU— SaiIed June 27— Schr for Gray* Harbor. •' \u25a0 •' HONGKONG— Arrived prior to" Jane 2S— Ftrr.r Siberia, hence Hay 27* via Honolulu and Yokohama. TUFOLUBAMPO— Arrived JuneVt 25^-Schr llary Dodge. 15 days from Eureka. '*"'.<:»•' : * 1 NAGASAKI — Arrrlved June 24 — U S stmr .Warren,, from Manila, and sailed June 20 for San Francisco. • • - • . - Sallod June 23— U 8 stmr' Sherman, for San Francisco via Honolulu. FOREIG>VPORT3. CAPE- HENRY— Passed June 27— Br stmr Amberton, for Manila, BOSTON— Arrived June 27 — Br stmr Cape Breton, from Manila. NEW YORK— Palled June 27— Br stmr Hughenden, for Callao. June 28 — Stmr. City of Savannah, for Cclon. ' EASTERN PORTS. MANILA — Arrived June 10. and not as be fore reported — U 8 etmr Warren, hence May 13. Sailed June 10 — U S stmr Warren, for San Francisco.; . .--\u25a0.-:- •• HONOLULU— Arrived June 27 — Br etmr Etanley Dollar, from Yokohama. • • v- Sailed June 27 — Bark R P Rithet, for Ean Francisco. Sailed June 28 — Stmr Alameda, for San Francisco. . . \u25a0 \u25a0.::;.'•,. VENTURA— Arrived June 28— Stmr Scotia, hence Jnne 27. - \u25a0•..-. ISLAND PORTS. HAN PEDRO — Sailed. June 28— Stmr James S Higgins and stmr Chehalia, for San Fran cisco. _ Arrived June 28— Schr W F Wltzeman, from Ean Pedro; etmr CentraJla, hence June 25. ' Arrived June 28— Schr R C Slade, from Cal dera. . \u25a0 '* . PORT HADLOCK— Arri\-ed June 28— Bktn Retrlover, -hence June 14. .!•• PORT GAMBLE — Arrived June 23 — Bark Albert, h»r*ce June' 9: ""' \u25a0'\u25a0 BAXDON— Arrived June 28— Schr C T Hill, hence May 20. \u25a0 ABERDEEN— Arrived June 27— Stmr Grace Dollar, hence June 21. COOS BAY— Arrived June 2S— Schr- Ivy. hence June 17; stmr Roancke, hence June " 2tJ, and sailed • for Astoria, POINT LOBOS— Parsed Jurve 28, 4 p m— Etrcr Atlas, from A6toria for Ventura. POUT LOS AXGELES^-'Salled I . June 25^— Stmr Vanguard, for San Francisco. TATOOSH — Pas&ed . In June 26 — Stmr Ohio, from Xome for Seattle; stmr Rainier, hfnee June 24 for Bel lingham; stmr Shasta, hence June 25 for Belllneham. __ Passed In June 26 — Gtr ship Arco, from Salina CniK, for Port Townsend.'- '-' : - ' ' *'\u25a0'\u25a0 HARDY- CREEK — Arrived June- 28 — Stmr Matrhfleld^ Jjence June 26. v~. GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived June 28— Schr Ean Buenaventura, hence June -10. • ••: Sailed June 27 — Stmr Sequoia, for Sa,n Fran cisco. , . - . i Bktn Gleaner. Sehmchl. Grays Harbor. Bcbr Academy. Beck. Knvenada. Schr Jennie XSrifHn. Gibson. Bollna». Schr Jennie Wand.' Christiansen. WiUapa Harbor. Scbr Bessia K. Stark. San Vicente. Landing. SPOKEX. May J2— Lat 21 N. long: 25 W. Br ship Beechbank, from Antwerp for Tacoma. TELEGRAPHIC. • - , : POIXT LOBOS^ Ju»« JS 4 10 r> in.— Weather hazy; wind X\V; velocity 12 miles per hour." DOMESTIC PORTS. - i ASTORIA — Arrivftt-June 'Si— Schr Virginia, hence June 15. June 1'S — Ital war ftmr L'm brla, t rom \u25a0 Victoria.: — «tmr -fif Paul, hence June £ti; bktn Portland, lrum ban ivaro. June 27— Stmr Alliance," from Eureka. Sailed June 2S — Brigr Liirline. for San Fran cisco. .... .....\u25a0._*... bailed June 2S — Schr B«ulah. for San Pedro. Arrived June 2S — Schr David Evans, from Ean Pedro. WlNSLOW— Arrived June 27— Schr F S Red field, from San Pedro. Qf ' \u25a0: \u25a0»' EUREKA— SaiIed June 27— Stmr Gualala, for San Francisco. Arrived June 2S — Stmr Eureka, hence June 27; U S Ftmr lladrona, hence. June 20. Sailed June »S — Stmr Corona,' for San Fran cisco: stmr Pasadena, for San Pedro; U S lighthouse stmr Madrona. for a cruise. POUT TOWNSKND- Sailed June 27— Stmr Robert Dollar, for San Pedro. Arri\"ed Juna • 28— Ger »hlp • Ollnda, from Santa Rosalia. Passed In June 28 — Schr Sau»alito, hence June 13 for Olyrnpla. : •\u25a0\u25a0 • .-• Arrived June '28-^Ger ship Argro, from Siillna Cruz. \u25a0 •"• - . SEATTLE— Arrived June 27— Stmr Dolphin", from Skagway. Sailed June 27— Stmr City of Seattle, for Skagway. Arrived June 28, 2:30 p m — Stmr Ohio, from Nome. '/'\u25a0'' BEAR RIVER, AIiASKA^-Arrived May 13— Bchr Louis, hence April 13. :*'\u25a0\u25a0. i .- • . UMPQUA— Arrived. June .2— Schr Carpline, from San Pedro. June 23 — Schr Lucy, from San Pedro: June 27 — Sehr Lily, hence June 15. LINER MAKES GOOD SHOWING Mariposa. With Naval Offi cers as Judges. Quali .ftfc* as Auxiliary Cruiser EXCEEDS BEQUIU EMEXTS LONDON.- June^ 2S.— All of the Ameri cans with.the^xception of W. A. Lamed are "out of- the running 'for the British Jawn tennis championship. Clothier, al .though defeated, had the distinction of providing, the most sensational match of the tournament. In D. F. Wilding, who is axescrvo number of the Australian team, which will compete for the Dwight F. Davis trophy. Clothier > met a general whose -steadiness enabled him to snatch 'tST\\-nt ST \\-nT neSt fr ° m tbe play ",.^>Udlng.Js..a .New. Zea lander • and is P m a ' n Th Of " thC i Cambr >^« University frt^u S matoh almost entirely deplet ed the other galleries - Lamed at the same time was having aralmost equally hot struggle with aS other New H. A. Parker Xuh£i% .u av * somethi "S tri hand, and a though the match went to live sets he nacltT t '? e S. hl " lself t0 his u^ost ca- Km,V , Gore, who took the f.rst British team to the. United States, proved I™, ,° n5 i° r li ° als °- bright.. Gore lcept at good length throughout, was ex tremely accurate in placing and main .l fn «?. 1 a tremendous pace. The result of '";,". mbledon tournament has given the British players, a new lease of life, and in anticipation of the Davis cup play they are already claiming certain victory for the Doherty brothers, but both Ward and \V -right said to-day that while it would have afforded them satisfaction to se cure the all-England 'champion cup. what they came for was the Davis cup and this cup they expected to get- i 'Miss May Sutton of Pasadena. Cal., won both her matches, the feature of her game being strong drives from the base line. In the first round Miss May Sutton beat Miss N. Meyer. 6-0, 6-0. | In the sec ond round Mis 3 Sutton beat Miss S. Brown, 6-3, 6-2. In the gentlemen's singles, third round. P. Wilding of New Zealand beat William J. Clothier of Philadelphia. 5-7. 1-6. 'S-6, 7-5, 10-8; William A, Lamed of Summit. N. J., beat.H.' A. Parker of New Zealand, 6-4, 1-6. 6-4. 5-7. 6-3: A. W. Gore beat B. C Wright, 6-2, 7-9, 6-3, 6-2. Tlie business between Las Vegas and Bullfrog-, a distance of 110 miles, will be handled unaer the name of the Ne vada Rapid Transit Company, a cor poration recently organized and of which F. M. Grace, until recently la the general orlices of the railroad, is the manager, with Headquarters at Las Ve^us. Surveyors of the company have already run a line, upon which a large, iorce of ir-en is ensased In the con struction of a. substantial road. oC solid bed and easy grades. The com pany owns the right of way. and no' teams or vehicles of other interests will be allowed to use the road. • An order has been placed in the East* for six large gasoline cars, each capable of seating eighteen passengers, with, ample room for their light baggage, and these cars will be delivered by the* last of the mouth. The schedule t»me between Las Vegas and Bullfrog will be ten hours, where formerly three days were required to make the trip. Connections 'will bo made each way daily with the trains oZ the Salt Lake. It has not been decided as yet whether the Nevada Transit Company will engage immediately la the haulms of general freight. I.OS ANGELES. June 2S.— Tho Salt Lake Unilroad i* planning to Install an automobile service to Goldfleld. whlcfi will be established in tha early part of Seven of the Nine • Birigles Made Off Hitt Are Wasted, but Seals' Wallops Count , RESULTS OP ' GAMES.';." i W. A. Lamed Is the Only Man I From ; America to Bemain : in British Tournament Schedule Time Between Las Vegas and Bullfrog Will Be Cut Down to Ten Hours SOUTHERNERS HIT HAUD ANNEXES TWO HATCHES MAY NOT HAUL EKEIGHT ANGELS CANNOT STOP NATIVES Joe Nenl on Swings Through With a Terrific Drive in Ninth and Game Is Over bait Lake Bail way Will liim Large Gasoline Cars Into New Mining Country California Girl Surprises the English Tennis Ex perts With Strong* Drives MAY SUTTON DOWNS RIVALS AUTO SERVICE TO GOLDFIELD Hits— Oft Gray 3, oft Tozier 1. Stolen bases Flood Ross, Smith. Errors — Gochnauer, Spencer. Two-base hit— Smith: Sacrifice hits Flood (2), Tozier, Irwin. First base ' on errors— Loa Angeles 2. First base on called balls— Off Hitt 4, oft Gray 4, off Tozier 1. Left on bases— San Francisco " 5, Los Angeles 12. Struck out— By Hitt C. by Gray 4, by Tozier 1. Hit by pitcher— Hildebrand. by Tozier. Double 'play— Dillon' (unassisted). Time of game — 1 :35. Umpire— Davis. Los Angeles ...... 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—2 Base hit 5 ...... ..1 1 10 1 11 2 I—9 San Francisco ...0 002 0 0 0 0 I—3 Base hits ..0 0 0.2 0 0 10 I—l1 — 1 SUMMARY. \u25a0 Los Angeles bumped Hitt safely nino times, but they were all. wasted with the exception *of .Ross' single in :' the fourth and Dillon's in the. ninth, both of which, by th« way, were scratchy ones. The Angels had a chance in the seventh when Bernard led off with a single. . Davis declared, him out at sec ond, •. though he was safe^a mile. This t6ok. ! a'lot of ginger out of the Southern bandT- and possibly cost them .victory. The score: San Francisco — I Lo«* Angelss- 1 - AB.R. H. P.A.|Brnrd.cf. 5 0 2 0 0 Spencr.rf 4 0 0 I—o Flood, 2b. 2 1 <> 3 2 Wldrn.cf 4 0 0 0 OSrnith,Sbs 0 2 1 1 Wlielr.2b 2 2 11 ODillon.lb 5 0 2 10 0 Hldbrd.lf 2 1 0 1 O.Tozr.p.rf 3 0 0 8 0 Irwln.3b: 3 0 11 2'Ross,lf.. S 1 1 2 I) N«aln.lb 3.0 2 -12 . 0 Braghr.s. 4 0 1 1 2 Wilson.c. 2 0 0 9 2. Spies, c. 3 0 15 1 Gochnr.s 3 0 0 2 4Oray.p.. 3-0-0 0 2 Hltt.p... 3 0 0 0 4 Wrght.rf 1 0 0 0.0 Totals .'w ~3 ~4 27 12| Totals. 34 2 0*23 8 . "One out' "when winning- run was scored. •\u25a0 • -RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. / Gray > was;; at fault when he let the Seals two through on him in the fourth. With, two faded Wheeler hit and Dolly issued a pass to Hildebrand. Irwin slapped to right and scored Georgie. The sanctimonious south winger; passed Nealon and Wilson in a row, ..forcing Hilde over with another run. At that the Bluebells managed to make it a deadlock in the ninth, when Tim Flood. walked, stole, took third on Smith's out. and came tearing in on Dillon's scratchy hit that 'was barely, good enough to give' the leader of the tribe a life at first. The Seals came back so rapidly, and won out so cleverly it' seemed they could turn such a trick every day in their lives. Tozier, who relieved Dolly Gray in the eighth, kissed his game good-by when he walked Wheeler and bumped Hildebrand in .the slats during the last period. Uncle Charley, Irwin laid down a sacrifice^ iand' Brother Joe Nealon smote a low.' rakish one out to center that is undoubtedly going yet, for no one chased'lt, as the game was over then.. \u25a0 '•?\u25a0.'" -'\u25a0'. ,'\u25a0_\u25a0 .' \sX . ,-:. '-./\u25a0<• San . Francisco, 3; Kb* / Angeles, 2. Tacoma, 7; Portland, 3. \u25a0': '.-*..; '.' • Seattle, 2j Oakland, t. • : STANDING OF THE CLUBS. (Pacific Coast L?asue.O \u25a0' ' ' :"- W. 1.. Pet -. ,W. L.-Pet Tacoma .". . .".47 30 .610 I^is Ans^l?s_::s 41- .4«: San Fran. ...48 34 .555 o,,k!ari.J .....XV-tl .461 ! Portland 34 37 .473 Seattle ..-.:. -743 .083 Your ' Uncle Henry ;is the ' football magnate right now. He's climbing and climbing till he'll get dizzy pretty §jon. He was never so. high in his life before and if the pace" keeps up the Tigrers will cease to- pose as hcadlinors-in- the. battle for the baseball flag. : The cus tomary ninth Inning rally was there at Recreation .: Park yesterday afternoon and the Seals had the goods. -3 to 2. It seems the Southern stars 'will not twinkle around this village any more till some one arrives to hand them a new bunch of confidence. They out played the Seals to a fare ye well yes terday in every point but slapping, tne ball at the time it should be slapped hardest. Then they fell down just as they have been doing during the last week. : The* Mariposa trUl sail on Saturday for Tahiti wij.h a large number of pas senger?;, *° accommodate whom a num ber iof additional cabins have been bbili. , '-; ;.-^- ~-..~> The Mariposa returned to Pacific Ft roe t about 6 o'clock and in getting his ship to her berth Captain Howard found, that docking a liner* Is not al ways the simple matter it looks from the wharf. \ c In addition -to satisfying: JJncle Sam that she could surpass his utmost exac tior.s. in «very respect, the Mariposa also 'gave evidence to the French Gov ernment that she still can more tlian qualify to -carry the French mails. The. Mariposa and her twin sister, the Alatneda.' have a world-wide reputation ns capable .and • consistent travelers. Their -record "when they carried the British mails. to Australia Is still a by word in the postal world and the peo ple "of Honolulu still regulate their • locks ahd watches by the going and coming of the Alameda. The people of Tahiti could 'put the .Mariposa to simi lar, use, but. in the South Seas nobody worries about, such a trivial matter as "tl;e correct time." Captain H. 2. Howard, superintendent of . the steamship company, was in command' of the liner during the trip, near Admiral William 11. Whking, Cap tain Holland N.. Stevenson . and Naval Constructor John G. Tawrcsey consti tuted the naval 1 board detailed to sit In judgment oz\ the liner's performance. The " llariposA left Pacific-street xcharf at ?. o'clock-" fcmd proceeded di l^c.i'ly. to sea. Outside .the head she •was run jufull speed for six hours and es'. she', traveled .through the ocean F>vells tbe'n&xy officers' made careful note of her behavior. At the end of the fix hour* rt w»j found ' that she had averaged : a little better than sixteen knots -an hour, developing 3957 hbrse j>ower. '.with eighty-one revolutions to the minute.. . Her engines worked Fmootlily and at the end of the trial not a- bearing showed a sign of heat.' \u25a0T4ie Oi'oahic Steamship Company's lia<»r Mariposa. svas given an ocean trial trip ycptcidajfc for the purpose of demonstrating to a naval board that the "steamship had all the qualifications exacted under the act of 1891 of auxil iary cruisers. She exceeded the speed requirement by more than two knots end in every other respect won the unanimous approval of the naval board. The United Stales recently asked, for bids for carrying the United States maps between here and Honolulu. The awarding of the contract to the Oceanic Sreatnship Company depended • upon yesterday's trial. Under the law the qualifications required ability, to de velop ah average speed of fourteen knots and the stability to mount four Kix-fnJch suns and, a secondary battery of smaller caliber. In other words. Vf.cle Sam will not- award mail con tracts on-, ocean routes to vessels wfcich ceuld not be used as auxiliary cruisers. ' ..' .• . On -Ocean .Trial the Steam ship Averages Better Than Sixtcrti Knots an Horn* THE SAN,, FRANCISCO;. GALL, THURSDAY^ JUNE ;2? ; - 3905; 11