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JOCKEY BOREL COMES
TO GRIEF AT SEATTLE
i
\u25a0. * . \u25a0
4 Draws Indefinite Suspension
From <\u25a0 Stewards at
The Meadows
By J. R. Jef fery
SEATTLE. July 16.— After an analy
eis of Jockey Borel's riding record
since- the opening o« the, Seattle meet
ing the stewards ordered his Indefi
nite suspension today. The analysis
Eh owed that while r tire boy had won
or Unfshed In the money with virtually
all of the long shots that he had ridden.
he had made a miserable showing with
favorites and other short priced
ir.ounts. His rides oa Ethel Day, Fred
Bent, Royal Ascot. MeLar, Lord of the
Torest. Willie Gregg. Frank Rose.
Aftermath, May Amelia and Rndabes
supplied abundant Justification for his
*uspensloa in the opinion of the Judges.
The action of the oJSclals meets with
public approval, it being the general
opinion that Borel is Incompetent, if
tot dishonest.
. Several detectives visited the tracks
today to "else up" the touts, against
"u-hora the police are waging war. Sev
eral have been arrested already and
Chief Wappenstela declares he will
crlve all undesirable race followers
out of town. He has taken steps to
stoj) the Eale of handicaps and tips in
the city streets.
A mild -killing" by J. 6. Wood on
; the victory of his horse Frank Flitt
cer tras the feature of today's racing.
Flittner, backed down from 5 to 3, won
'as fax off &s his rider pleased.
Four favorites trer« successful, and
as all -were well played the layers had
a stormy passage. :^j-v
The body of Barney Falvey. an em-
4 plore of M. D. Mlller'a etable who was
drowned In the Duwamlsh- river last
\u25a0week, -was recovered today and a sum
fufflcient to provide Tor Its proper
burial was collectea among 1 book mak
ers and horsemen, by Harry- Froellch.
The Chicago poolrooms are taking
service on the Seattle races for .the
7im time in the history of local racing.
H. G. Bedwell arrived tonight from
I>enver \rlth 10 horses. \u25a0 >
*"E\T STAKES FOR EMEItYTIXLE
SEATTLE, July 16. — Handlcapper
Egbert is arranging the details for six
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Seattle
\u25a0 SEATTLE, ATasa.. July I«.— Fifteenth day. Weather fine. Track fast. H. H. Egbert, pre-
EidlEg judge. Arthur McKclgttt. starter. , . . . -«
1 Ofi7 FIE:ST KACE— Tour and a bsif furlongs; selling; maiden 2 year olds; Talue, |250.
index.j Hors*— • jWtl St. Str. Fin. t Jockey. | Op. 'Cl.
12is .JlarSatiiia U)7 1 <1 5 - 1* W. Kelly .... 7-10 3-5
lf« ;rrizf!l 102' 3 22 23 Archibald .... 4 30
ICS7 -St. Bede 10T. 8 5 b 3^ GUbert 6 10
• 3^23 IJlaid of Orleans ilO" a 6 2 4 2 Manders 20 40
i.-i "; l-".ra;:k Ujso : illf. 2 82 34 Lauby 10 SO
-KlSjUose-H 107 « 7 1 61 [Palms ....... 20 15
124$ IMisiicry 107 5 4h 7 4 G. Nichols .... 20 40
.111*5 Star of Texas :... JiO7 8 9 1 8 1 Hayes 20 60
IC43iJ..F. Anderson -. .....JllO 10 8 1 91. T. "SulliTaa . . 10 40
1213 -St. Dore*n 102 U 11 10 3 [Holcomb 20 60
ISS fLeonard«iale '.' }lO7| 4 10 4 11 Gross 10 25
Time— Jd%, :i'X :06. MarUnna, 1-4 place; out show. Frizell. 5-2 place; 1 show. St. Bede.
1 riiorr. Start good. Won f>..-i:v. Next three driving. Marianaa ran away from her field
fram the Kiart. Frizell was always leading the others and lastedtloog enough to beat St.
BtrJe. wbicii ran wril aad is improving. Maid of Orleans did well. .
JOCO SECOND RACE — Fire and a half furlongs; selling; 3 year olda; Talue, S2sa
\u25a0 Index.! Ilorge— ]Wt| St. Str. Fin. 4 Jockey. | Op. Cl.
< 12*4 'iAJtennatii .7 103j 2" 33 . la IGross 4 16-5
<l"isl)!Dtke of Orleans 103 5 5 1 2h Meatry 5 7
.1244 iSenator Warner 109 3 11 3 2 Clark 6 5
124* ; Dr. Crook ....109 1 4 1 4 2 Palms 12 20
1251 ;Poia«cttia- 107 S 712 5.1 Wilson ...... 5 7
.... 'Illusion ...1107 4 2H 64 W. Kelly 4 7-2
123 - .May Pink : -. •• 10"j 9-SlO 76 Rcttlg 57
128 )WspaajrootJ« - (112 « «b 88- . |McCla!a ..... -' " 40 60
jLccty i^ad ....„ ...„., J(lOO' 7 9.;-. 9 - pA.. Wright ..;{- 50 -\u25a0 60 ;
Ti=ie— :24. :40, lrtfT I*.1 *. Aftermath. «>-5 place; 7-10 show. Orleans, 5-2 place; 6-5 show. Warner.
f-10 febnw. - Start good.. Won first thr^e dririag. Aftermath was much the best. He turned
very wide into the stretch. Senator Warner stopped some the last- part, aad Duke ot'Or
l*ans. finishing fast, nipped fclm. Illnslon was thort. ' -
1269 TUIBD EACE— Six fttrlotgs; selling; 4 year olds aad upward; ralce, *250. ~ \u25a0
Inflrx.i Horsg— |Wt| St. Str. Fin. j Jockey. | Op. ~"cT
J«Vi5 ]Ix>Tpy Mary 1105 515 1 5 1 1 b iHayes 12" T5
1226 lEosearo 105 2 2 1 2 4 T. SuUiTaa... 3 7-2
5^ ißattic Lady....... jlOo 1 11 3 2 Small 5 18
I2GI Duelist .Jlo7| 4 42 42 Meatry -7 8
-\u25a0124* }J. B. Smith r... 11071 6 7 H 51 A. Wrigbt 6 S
3^52 4Bes*ie Welfly 105 11 9 4 62 \u25a0 Clark 7 12
, J 255 jG ten Brier 110.7 9 3h 7 1 MeClala 7 7
S.V» ITwo Bills ilO7 8 6 2 8 4 Gargaa ...... 2 3
12SS B'.Taral :..iIOS 10 10 h 94 Palms 20 80
S73S Srailcr 107 3 8 1 10 5 Maaflers ...r. 12 80
1051 - Analc Kelley.. JlO5 7 11 11 J Howard 20 40
Tin»«- — :24"*i. :49H. 1:14*4. -Mary. 6 place: 3 show. Itosearo, 6-5 place; 3-5 snow. Lady) 3
-'.•\u25a0.'.. Start fair. Won tr>: four drlrlog. liusi!e Ladr beat the gate and led to tbe
•\u25a0rr»»teh, wliPr^ Kopearo aad X/arry Mary mored up. Uustic Lady stopped and in a hard
" drive Lot*t Mary outlasted Koseero. J. B. Smith ran well from a poor beginning. Glea
Brlf'r ctoppM. • \u25a0:\u25a0.-\u25a0• -
T"o"77Ti FbrnXU HACK — One and a sixteenth miles; selling; 4 year olds aad upward; Talue,
X£.l\J 22-jQ \u25a0 \u25a0 .. - y \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 .
)n<ici.j Horse — jWt- St. Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. Cl.
"i2T>si jGtrfdca Llfitt lOStl 1 5~1 IVt Clark 11-5 17-10
....109 4 6 1 2h Palms 3 6
1241 iTarrlgan 105 3 22 8 1 Garsran 15 12
. 3^; Uerusha 103 2 12 4 %-v. McClaia ..... 18 60
12"4 !l^s.«h 103 5 4 2 6V, W.Kelly % 8
1253 asabelita i* 7 72 6 1 Meatry % 5 5
1252 |Bonar .UOS 9 8 3 7h Gross .... « 9
I^3» Capable ,\... 10S 6 3 b 6 5 Rlley ..:..... 10 12
1 232{M«jor IPO! 8 9 P Andrews ..... 40 60
Tim*— .23=;. :49, lOStf} 1:42. I:4S. Light. 7-10 pUree; 2S chow. Fastoeo, 5-2 place; 1 show.
Tampan 2 shew. Start srood. Woo first are driving. Golden , Light acd Fastoeo moved
up on turning iato the stretch, aad. getting through oa the rail, outlasted the others. . Leash
natnred yp»ed. bet quit. \u25a0-• '. . : - . . \u25a0 ..-.-.- ~-' \u25a0 >\u25a0' .. . \u25a0
I*>7l riFTU KACE — Five end a half furlongs; se!il&g;*3 year olds and upward; Talue,
*^« * 1250. - . • \u25a0 :-..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0-\u25a0-. - .. -.
In<ie«.t , Hofw-.. lWt[ St. Str. Fla. \ Jockey. | Op. CL
(1247>iTitus II .- 102 ' 2 3~T 11^ Mentry 6-3 1
1263 ! Hereafter 9$ 112 23 Daris 13-2 - 0
154S iGiMsmoa Sue OJ 4 21 8 2 Ryaa 11-5 >* 2
77S 'Calmar l«tt 6 9 4 b > Clark -30 60
\u25a0 !W3 IK.C. Route j 107 6 .5 8 6 4 Small CO - 60
hS'.g IBftfr . .....:: 1105 2" 46 6 Mandem ....) 10 2Q
"Xinn!. — ;23=i. :49. 1:07. Tltca, 1-3 place: out show. HereafteT, 3-2^ place; 2-3 show. Sue, 1-4
*tow. Start jrood. Woa baadily. Second aad third stopping.; Titu« waited oa the pace
for ttre* rurlongs, but n«<l to be whippped into tbe lead. "Common Sue qnlt in the* last
quarter. E. C. Itante aa>i»Calnmr finished wfll. Betfy was tbort. \u25a0 . \u25a0
1 2^72~~^ IXTH BACE ~ MUe Ull 10 ° X«*fl»; eelltos; 3 yew olds and upward; raloe, J325.
Ip<U»ti Hotpo— <Wtl fet. Str. Fla. f Jockey. | Op. ci. .
" jo«> >Fr*ck FUttaer v jlOSj 8 3 1 I' 3 WU»oa ...... 5 3
1254s FulletU ...... Ift-V 1 6% 22 Gross 10 IB
12^3 ttjacta Ray ...| 65| : 2 lij 8 n ._ Gilbert 12 '25
122S |Aroote!la» 1105 4 4 2 4 5 Rlley .; 7 12
<124 C) Jos'.e 5... «5 ' 7 2h 68 Davis 2 8-2
<l22?>!Red Ueynard 109 6 7 6 1 ButweH 4 8
llfi2 iMaoaa S ....;.. 101 8 81 7 Howard ..... 30 60
1222 'raaaygide 97 Left " IMentry 7-2 4
Tim*— :24H- : * 9 - 1!14*4, l:40«i, 1:48*4. . FUttner, 1 place; 1-2 show. . Fulletta, 8 place; 3
fbow. Ray, 3 cbow. Start all bet Funayslde. Woa easily. Next two driving
Frank Fllltaw brewed to the front . when WUsoo let him and woa galloplag. rolletta
closed etoutly. SaaU Ray beat the gate, but found tbe distance too loag. Josle 8 oS
pocriy. Bored cp ca tbe back stretch, bat faded away la tie final forloag.
HEAVY DAMAGES ASKED
1 FOE BAY COLLISION
Dredge Uncle Sain Claims Fifty
Thousand Dollars From Amer
ican Steamer Excelsior
R«»derlaktlebolaget Standard, owner
of the Swedish ship Clan Slacfarlane,
flled a. libel in the United States dis
trict court yesterday against tbe
steam tug Sea Lark ,to recover 1744
damages. It Is alleged that on De
cember .18. .1896, while the Sea Lark
\u25a0was towing the Clan Macfarlane from
Crockett to San Francisco., the negli
gence of the :tuVs officers' caused the
tow* to collide with the quarantine
hulk Omaha, damaging. the Macfarlane
seriously. 52338) ttp9QSEBKHBMB
The American dredgrlng company
filed a, libel In thVaarne court'a^alnst
the steamer Excelsior to recover T 50.000
damages alleged to have been suf
fered by tb6 dredge Uncle Sam In a
collision with the Excelsior In Oak?
land creek on July 13 of this year. *
libby, McXell ,&~. LJbby * filed a libel
against the Amerlcan^ship S. SL" Castle
to recover $Z9l tor supplies furnished.
SHOCI.D.HAyB PL^YGROTJXD
Whllo playing in -Post . street near
Van Nees 'avenue yesterday. Loula
Lammfert, 15 years of age. threw a
ball through "a platfe glass window
valued at $100 -In. the store of the
Sine Fat company. The boy was locked
ud on a charge of malicious mischief.
Seattle Selections
J. R. Jeffery
First race — Herlvea, Sanplper,
Forciit Rose.
Second r«ce \u25a0 — lK»rd Provost,
HnSfrdon, David Buland.
Third rac4*— Chairlea Green, Pm
Joe-, Floreaa.
Fourth' race — Jack Aluu,'
Queen Alamo, Prcstijre.
Fifth race^ — Fred Beat, Hash
3lcGoTv«a, Curl entry. - ,
Sixth rnef— Entre Xons, Meafla,
Entries at Seattle
First race — Four- and a half farlocps, eellln;:
15SS Import ......lll| USO Memorize .vi.105
l?s7_HertTes 10S 1238 Forest Eoee.;.lCs
1231 Saapiper 10& 12S8 Othmar .103
1231 Snapdra?oa ..10S 123S Leonardsdale ;101
1164 Ed I>aris ...Ui&|
Secoad race — Fire fnrloncs, «eniny: '. ''
1203 Dartd Bolacd.ll9i 12C3 Dr. ScbarS ..110
.... Tramotor 1191 1206 Hersala ......117
1016 Mosey Mnn.-.llfci 1147 Water Thrasb.ll7
*;... B. Bw*epsk»Ui«i 1259 Katie. Bell ...117
1261 Hajrerdoa ....119} 1263 Smithy Kane:. 114
1206 Lord Pnmwt.UOJ Maxtresa - .. ..117
Third race— Berea fcrlonjrs, selllac:
1130 Ink ........ .109! 1241 Bonnet Y~.7.\1t3
1229 I'm Joe Jo7| I?S6 Saarita 97
1233 Mike Jordaa._loCi 1251 Derdorn ...... V 5
1249 Cbas. Green. .lo4- 1232 Florena ...... SS
1226 Mobiir ...^..104! .... Blpper .......lOG
| Fourth race— SeTea far lon 5 », Mlllag:
120T Jack Adaia»..ini 1259 C&aardo ......104
121« El Chlhaahßa.lll 1264 Miss Bowdisb. 99
1253 Prestlre 10& 1232 Baalada 08
"12G2 Baraolette ...107 1215 Spriag Baa ..102
1235 Qoeea Alamo. 10;
Fifth race— One aad a siiteeati niiles. handi
cap: • , \u0084--
ICB6 Fred Beat ...107 1254 Brags 33
125S H. McGowan.lOO S3" Cblm. Sweep.. 92
1265 Vox Popeli... 95 1243 Fair Fapot ... 01
1260 E. T. Fryer.. 34 ;
Bratrir aad Cbixoaey Sireep eoopled a» tbe
Curl eatry.
Sixth race^ — Six farloass:
1260 Eatre Noaa ..107'(JlI5)Plckaway .... 9-3
1254 Gateway 101J 1266 Meada 09
1254 Piquet «M 12C5 May L X..... KS
1245 Pal 03| '
additional $1,500 stakes which the New
California \u25a0 Jockey club will offer for
the Emeryville meeting next winter,
besides the rich events which hive
made up the stake list In previous sear
sons. These six stakes will be dis
tributed throughout the meeting as
features of Wednesday programmes.
WOMAN'S HALLUCINATION
GIVES POLICE TROUBLE
Mrs. Clark Insists That Max Drexler,
Her Next Door Neighbor,;- !
Has Been Murdered
A telephone message from Mrs.
Clark, 984 Page street, to the . effect
that a : man had been murder ed / next
door, caused considerable excitement at
police' headquarters yesterday morn
ing. Detectives Ed Gibson and Rlbrdan
were detailed by Captain Colby; to
make an Investigation. \u25a0*
Mrs. Clark declared . that, Max
ler, her next door neighbor, had* been
murdered the previous ; day. ; She ' knew
It because .' she 'had heard -his groans,"
she said. Inquiry, at . the Drexler home
elicited the information that \ Drexler
was at his work. - Gibson and Riordan
came to the conclusion that ' Mrs. Clark
was laboring under, a hallucination., It
was . learned that ; Mrs. '\u25a0> Clark ; had .- tele
phoned to ' ; the park: police, station: on
Monday night to the same .effect and
that two • policemen? who went • toY the
Drexler home found him? alive and
well. MBg»si«emßiß»
BRUTAL HUSBAXb SESTBXCEb
James Rog&io. a : stevedore who. beat
his infant daughter and his wife with
a ' spoke at ' his < home,\ s >Kramer:> Kramer : place,
on. July: 10, ; was J'convicted* of .battery
by* VPollce : Judge y; Cabanlss : yesterday
and. sentenced ; to serve five mohths^in
tlie county rjaiL" :P'"-': P'"-' <- \u0084 ; - \~ --. ~ ' -~f>*v.
THE :Sm 3ra^ ,17; 1907.
Shipping News and Gossip
of the Water Front
Oil Carping rle^^
Assumes. Leviathan Proportions
: -_ Up to 4- o'clock .'yesterday 1 afternoon
only six vesselsf. had^ passed
the Golden gate since daybreak, and of
the half dozen \t our .s were Jpil carriers.
It ls : not many7yeara v sihcef oilTcafriers
were . unknowns at i this i port.'^ To I such
ah .extent^ has - tho : trafacHn'itJieVCali
fornia "•\u25a0> products grown /^that^- rarely j a
day passes ; without^ one V or /more of
these tankers '. making* port-v^Thres of
the four vessels thati arrived '"yesterday
the Santiago, Argyll'r and ? barge~ Santa
Pa«la. brought between- them *S 4l,ooo
barrels^ of - liquid \ f uel." ' The"other ! oil
carrier, the Standard J oil "company's
tanker Atlas came In ballast-from^As
toria after dellverfng 'a cargo of oil at
that^port.' ; \u0084 '.'', l -• -V \u25a0\u25a0" 1; "-*«- If. \u25a0'.
~ : People on this coast ,have;.been? fa
miliar I for I years with \ the 'lumber* fleet,
the coal - fleet, v the > ealmon » fleet V and
other aggregations of, floating property
engaged \ln transportation %by j, water,"
but few. realize ; that;* since'fthe?devel- j
opment f of :' the • California f oil . industry
the oil fleets-has grown \u25a0'to leviathan
proportions. It has all come gradually,
and S only : nowi Is ; the shipping i. world
awakening ; *to the, fact- thatta/great
mercantile \u25a0 navy. : is engaged -on this
coast in carrying \ the ; ' product % that
made • Rockefeller famous, -i c -"
. ,Thls commercial navy . has" grown si
lently. The knowledge that -the Rocke
feller octopus moves j quietly,*: has an
Insatiable \u25a0 appetite \u25a0 and :. carries a big
stick In - each of Its uncountable ten
tacles Inspired followers In the foot
steps of the oil - king with, caution. \u25a0
The Standard oil " company hires ; no
bands to announce the • addition ".; of a*
ship to Its fleet, but has a keen ear for
that kind of music when Inspired by a
competitor. "So early, in the contest the
smaller fry learned to act quietly, and
for that reason the oil fleet has grown
without being noticed except by those
immediately interested. ; ;
In the coast . trade— that is, between
California oil ports j and ports between
San Diego ana Puget sound,* there : are
engaged- 2 < vessels of ..all; sorts and
sizes, and of these the Standard Oil
company operates seven.; How many* of
the others the Rockefeller trust; owns
only the Rockefeller ; monopoly knows.
In addition to the coast-; fleet, how-;
ever, there •is ! now running /between
this port -and. the orient a large num
ber of steamers and { sailing vessels
under' the; American and British; flags,'
but all owned, by the j Standard- oil.
company. This fleet is being increased
every month. Its movements are -kept
as secret as that of a fighting squadron
in war time. ..The shipping registers
make a guess at the *movements: of
these vessels/but nobody but those'di
recting them : knows .' of their "where
abouts with any certainty.- Until. they
clear from here nobody, knows to what
port they are going.- "When" they leave
a foreign port the sailing is usually
suppressed. One morning the local
shipping register may have one Stand
ard oil steamer ' located at ' Hongkong
and the other at Mororan". . The next
day one may arrive at this; port : and
the other at* New York or somewhere
else. : '._'\u25a0 ,'_ \u25a0-\u25a0 " -''\ ' ' ' '";^'- '\u25a0:,'\u25a0
The Standard oil company's deep sea
fleet now engaged In carrying Cali
fornia oil to India, i China" and , Japan
consists of /the™ following ' vessels:
steamers Appalachee, Ashtabula, Sem
lnole,.TVlnnebago,* Dakota,
Tonawanda : and Tuscarora;;. \u25a0 - sailing
vessels,^ all: big. clipper^ ships:, -RadlanV
Lyndhurst, - JTuteopolis, :"j Brilliant, : Cal
cutta, King George, Comet," 'Acme," As
tral and Arrow, making a total .. of 19
big deep water chips, /and more, to
come. Thus has. Old King Coal stepped
aside to ' make * way for ; his • growing
successor, Young King OIL /:
Anu bis Discharging- at Mall Dock
The Kosmosvllne, under the aggres
sive management |of " Lendall M. Gray,
has made deep Inroads Into the Central
American . business of * the Pacific Mail
company. The Kosmos, line this seas
on carried more than '6o per cent of
the entire Guatemala . coffee crop, • the
moving of such of, which as was trans
ported by water was formerly a Pacific
Mail monopoly. -Gray, was formerly > a
purser, in the Pacific Mall employ • and
has been: a thorn-ln the side of R.; P.
Schwerin ever^ since the } former ; took
charge of the German line's business on
the Pacific When the Anubis arrived on
Saturday the 1 Kosnios : wharf - was |so
heavily piled with' freight for, and from
other steamers that Gray applied to
; the chief wharfinger for extra accom
modations .: for ) the AnublsT-^\u25a0Without'
knowing how -poetically, he-was^"rub
bing it In" to . Schwerin, : « that official
assigned the^blg German liner to the
old Pacific -Mail wharf, where Schwerin
handles what Gray has left I him of the
Central American 3. trade. The j Anubis
docked thare.y ester flay, and Scnwerln's
vigilant watchmen are * now guarding
the freight ": tliat ; Schwerin's - business
rival was paid real, money to carry. \u25a0
Would . Lose Ills - Nickname
Customs Inspector/TVllllam Mltch'ell,"
who l has been ; located '> at - the - ; Oceanic
dock for the: last .eight; years, is spend
ing: his -vacation on ( the • banks of the
Russian river, 'near Guerneville. X Mit
chell's brother.. Inspectors "nicknamed
him "Alligator '\u25a0« Bill"- some Vy ears: ago,
not .as a \u25a0 tribute 'to any -hunting
prowess, but as a mark ' of the admira
tion In which they hold his taste in a
delicate ; tropical "product.-- : Vl' m ;going
to \u25a0 fish," ' he _ said * before .. leaving/.^ "and
am going to fso, many \u25a0, trout that
you fellows * will I have to get ~ a*; new
name for me if Mitchell -don't suit you.
I'm tired of this ; Biir busi
ness.* I'll makaTyou call me ' Cleveland
when I come-back." ':.[\u25a0 r-^;r -^; :v
: . Reports Progress ' by Wireless :
The PacifiojCoast 'steamship 1 com
pany's new liner. President,.\u25a0which:ar
rived \ yes terday rat : , Victoria 4, from •* this
port, reported . its ! progress ' all; the:. way
along the'eoast byiwlrelees, and:ln"ad
dition;Bentito;Seattle anrl^thlsiport'b*
the: same medium newalof the; south
bound ; liner ;' -Sonoma/.'.'-; Two
were received fon v ";.The7:flrst
wan turned loose, into, the
at 9:SO a,' m. - off . the*: Columbia : river
bar.' \u25a0 It said: %. Sonoma, .5:45 '
aim. ! All well." At 4 p." m.'Monday^the
President's :f .transmitter/^ Bent";:at.' .ripple i
through ;; the ' air .'. to . the eff ect "^'"Thirty,
miles north :of .Grays -Harbor.^.' All I
.well.'* Both : messages /were "received :
"at'the Northihead/statldn near, Astoria:
and were 1 transmitted tolSeattle ;andi
San j Francisco [ by]Oyerland wife: J^X-S j
-'. Loses , Hlk Clothe* In the Bay . : j
-V * Robert \u25a0; Smi th.% a' hboo," • wen t • to * sleep
Monday^ night; nearj; the" : edgeT;6f ; the
Lombard ? street £ wharf .J;, The \u25a0.- act "^ of
turning? over?;iandedj him ; in "the 7. bay.
He tWMj pulled foiit'jby^ that crew^ of i the
steamer. .Thoroughfare \u25a0; and ;. sent \ to i the
harbor *i hospital.^^While X; in 5 the % water
and,- before s hisf- rescuers I reached 4 him
Smith undressed^ himself. "^l Hlsj clothes
went j to i seaf on? the* ebb v ;tid«| and I he'Us
now 4 a' j fixture ? at *j- the *harbor| hospl tai
until '\u25a0 somebody ; provides i him .with rai
ment. J. i;; • f ';'--"'"';' - V ;. : V '- \\ " ; Vv' '\.'. /- ' 1? ./' *\u25a0.'\u25a0"
Schooner Advent oa Drydock
- The ', schooner, Advent, (which \was 'run
into by I the i liner) Sonqrria, " was -placed
on i the _ drydock % yesterday '£ f dr.^ survey
and ; : repairs.'!"; Only :j, the Ideckload "was
removed*- before H drydocking/V as* -< the
<^rgoj InKthe-^hbldS, was : i necessary^ to
keep jthel vessel afloat. ¥ This ;cargo will
Weather Report
.. United . States Department/ of .. Agriculture^— 1
Wes^her Bureau,, San' Francisco. July IS, 1907.. *
EAIXFALL DATA'
t Past. Seasonal. \u25a0 / X/>r'-"
-:.'Stations—-- .- 24 bours. /to date." . tnal
Eureka ..'..0.00 , Tr. O.ai
Red .81uff....\...;.'...-0.00 - • Tr. \u25a0 000
Sacramento ........... 0.00" 0.00 \u25a0 o!o0
San -Franci5c0........0.00-, ' Tr."- o*ol
San'-J05e.V............ 0.00.' : -. 0.00 0 00
Fresno .".;:.:::..."....0.00 0.(>0 o*oo
.San Luis Obispo o.Co>>\u25a0 ' '0.00 . o*ol
i Los- Ange1e5.........." 0.00-' "' 0.00 " • 000
San Diego ...........' 0.00 ; .0.00 .> 0.00
'\u25a0« "\u25a0 S:;s: •<: \u25a0v/"s3 \u25a0 \u25a0 •'•\u25a0 :»3
I r:. F -I s. sz
BTATIOKS. 5 j V\a • : --S-*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0S -*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :c3:c3
• - a ' • 2 a •'. ? :B.;;
•.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 • . -a-'-s \u25a0--.;.. , ...
Baker ......:. SO.OO 76 .. ,W Pt.CTdy. 10
Boise ..20.90 84 59 X .Clear -' 00'
Fla««taJl , 29.83 78. 38 SW;' dear ; "oo i
Fresno \u25a0.......29.f2 64, 58 SV/ Clear --.00:
In<3ependead« ..29.78 60 C 4 -NE Clear 00
Kallspcll .....29.92 70 50 -,S X " Pt,Cl<lT ,<T>
Log- Angeles... 29.94 78 68 .W Clear" 00
Modena ......29.62 Si' .VSW_ Clear '00
IMt Tamalpais.29.B6 6» 61 Clear 00
North Head.. .30.12 .53 54 A Ktv Cloudy f. Tr.
Phoeaix ......29.73 100 -6S; NW Clear .00
Pt 1 Eeyes Lt. .29.94 56 50 SW - Fost *00
Portland . 5*0.04 72-55 N Clear " 00
Red .' Bluff.:.. .29.50. 92 64 SB Clear "' *0d
Reno \i".:.:.;..29.82 86 48 W Clear 00
Roseburg .... .30.02 76 50 N - Clear .00
Sacramento .. .29.66" 82 54' S * Clear rOO
Salt, Lake.....29.90 78 -52 NW ClearT/; 00
San Dieg0.....29.62 72 60 js'W; Cl^ar .00
San Francisco..29.96 "60 62 SW Cloudy '00
San J0ee...... .29.94 ', 78 54 *NW - Clear .00
San L. 0bi5p0.29.9S 72 /50 : W '. Oar 00
SE. . Farallon. .29.98 65 50 KW Foe * 00
Seattle .......S0.0«. 78 54 SW Pt-Cldy *00
Spokane ....;. 29.92 "80 60 . SW. Pt.Cldy -.00
•Summit. ;........ 69r48 NB ' Clear - 00^
-Tatoosh ......30.10 54 50 SW Cloudy .00 \
Tonopab ; .29.83 84 '52 -SB 'Clear- 00'
Wlnnemncca ..29.5S 84 46 SW Clear' .00
Yuma ........29.76 100;,6S. W -Clear .00
3 *S6Teral feet of snow in canyons.
• . • . •. SYNOPSIS -
The weather continues moderately warm and
generally clear throughout, California. : There Is '
less fog than usual along the, coast.; In the I
great ralley afternoon temperatures are abont 90 !
dejfrees. \u0084There hare been^ light thunderstorms :
in eastern Oregon, but. otherwise no rain has
fallen on the Pacific slope. The • pressure distri- i
button \u25a0 favors: a continuance of - present, condi
tion*. . ."\u25a0.--/ ' '-,--\u25a0 <'-\u25a0> - - ... : \u25a0
v . FORECAST « ,
v^or San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Wednes
day; light west wind. ' - -\u0084:
!' banta Clara valley —Fair Wednesday; slightly !
warmerrllght north wind. . = .x-^y^-.
Sacramento valley —Fair - Wednesday; light
west .wind. • .
San Joaquin valley—Fair Wednesday; . light
west wind. \u25a0. - -V"
• Los Angeles and vicinity —Fair Wednesday:
Mjht south wind. -\u25a0.. ••-\u25a0;\u25a0 I ... • j
\u0084 A. G.McADIE, District Forecaster.
be discharged at the drydock. - The
Sonoma's bow cut oft the Advent's stem
down to I the | forefoot. . The keel | was
slightly disturbed, t out not/ Injured.
The damage is estimated at about
$20,000." :^;c ; ;
Topeka ' bnt , Slightly Damaged
The .steamer City/ of Topeka was
placed on the drydock yesterday at the
United engineering I works 1 to have re
paired the -.damage i sustained in :col
lision with the steam schooner Coron
ado. The repairs, "it 13 estimated, will
cost about $2,500.
; Tl'ater Front Jioiem
The liner Korea left Honolulu yes
terday for Yokohama.'
The liner Persia,Captaln Dlxon.'from
this "port, arrived yesterday at Hong
k6ng.-". r/. & ' '. ,:,/\u25a0/./ ./' • \u0084^:/ i .. :,', v.".. \u25a0 -
\u25a0 '?_ s The Hongkong: Mani,- from * this port,
arrived: yesterday at Yokohama. •
.; The; San Jose left'Mazatlan July : l3
for this port. /- \-' ;y ;/'
v>The steamer." Hilonian left Honolulu
yesterday for this port. ; - -
The, harbor commissioners' engineer
ing : fdrce wlll v today tear "down (all
structures on bulkheads the owners of
whichihave to obey.' the order
of removal Issued .two months ago.
COAST SHIPPING NEWS
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
; SAN- PEDBO, i July 16.— The schnoner Jessie
Minor, at Aberdeen, has been chartered to load a
lumber*cargo for this port. • .- . -.
\u25a0• The schooner MUdred, -Csptain Johansen.r*ar-^'
rived today, 1» days | from Everett, bringing 12 -
000 railroad ties, 240,000 feet of lumber and 400
poles for the San Pedro lumber company. • \u25a0\u25a0
The schooner Fred E. Sanders, Captain Erem
has arrived *at • Bedonda from Astoria with a
cargo of lumber. - ; ; v ' ..
\u25a0 The , bark Levl O. • Burgess. Captain Yongren,
was towed from this port to Redondo by the tug
Warrior where it will discharge -100,000 railroad
ties for the Santa Fe railroad company. • --- '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'< \u25a0
\u25a0 The schooner; Lottie Carson is out two days
from Eureka with , a cargo of lumber for this
POrt.:. ; .\u25a0.';.< : \u25a0•* \u25a0\u25a0>'\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0„';-. ".-\u25a0 \u25a0- .-,; - ' \u25a0;•_'_.\u25a0• -~
The barfcentine Gardiner JClty, Captain 1 Olsen'
arrired today from Portland with 600,000 feet of
lumber j for the • Southern < Pacific Company.- - - -»
: The Merchants'- independent 'steamship \u25a0' com
pany's steamship F. ;A. KUburn. Captain Mc-
Lellan, cleared today for . San Francisco and way
ports with; freight and; passeasers.^/. '
-' The steam v echooner J. :\u25a0: 8. . Stetson. Captain
Bonnfield, has : finished discharging -a' luraber
cargo for the - Southern \u25a0 Pacific and Is scheduled
to clear • tonight for Willapa Harbor, via San
Francisco, Ito reload. '\u25a0< • \y- •-<\u25a0•\u25a0
• The I steam schooner Mandalay : arrived : tonight
from Crescent ; City, via . San Francisco, ' wltU • a
carso of lumber.'-' \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0.:\u25a0•: - • . .•
3 The ;. ssteamerr r Norwood, .- Captain ' Martin, : will
sail . tomorrow . for . Grays Harbor • to . get freight
and '\u25a0 passengers . for San Francisco. \u25a0\u25a0- .-. \u25a0\u25a0/ \u25a0 •- ; -.. s
- The ;. German • ship \u25a0 E.*. C. \u25a0 Riclriners," Captain
Walsen, lls .now out 96 days ; from , Hamburg, ! for
San Pedro, ". with 1 30,000 barrel* of cement, s » The
R!«?kmers should arrive early next week. - '-
-The ; French > bark. Marechal Da vout .Captain
Ramhart, - is . loading ; a i cargo ( of cement at Ant
werp for Sab Pedro.;;-- * - - - v~ • .;
Since the decision of Judge^N. P.. Coney yes
terday 'In the . sup*rior ' court . declaring the \u25a0 har
bors of I Cat a Una island I open', ports ) preparations
are being made. to put the. large power steamers
San : Diego and City ' of . Long Beach in : the pas
senger service S between San . Pedro : an<V»Avalon.
to : be r operated - : by j an ' independent company in
opposition, to the Banning company.*' ,'-;; -/• -
r » Tha schooner W. 3. Patterson, Captain Lancas
ter, arrived 1 today," 10 . days from Grays ; Harbor,
with a cargo of railroad ties. -•
' . The steam \u25a0 schooner : Signal, Captain Saunders.
from I Eureka, is 1 discharging a cargo of I railroad
ties for the Southern Pacific. ;;s- -—->--- v %
: The steam ••'\u25a0 schooner j San Gabriel, ° Captain
Or*en,~' arrived tonight from Eureka and Umpqna
river,. bringing 500,000 feet of lumber consigned
to : the. , Kercfchoff-Cuzner s mill and ' lumber ; com
-"aSTORIA.* .Jaly i 16.— Tb« . steamer v RefiotuJo
sailed fir Seattle today with freight and passen
ger*. -;/,->.. ;^ \u25a0;.• "'•'\u25a0 \u25a0•/ './-•"i':'-'^ -'\u25a0 '\u25a0'" //,/.c -' '
; \u25a0 The- steamer Breakwater . went^to -'sea this
morning -with a 'general cargo; and passengers
for * Coos'; bay.'.? Hv*§&S|^PS»«S»fflaßsi£sip3ftai^» j
:. •-The'-liner.s.Roanoke, Captain : Jessen,- arrived
this ', morning ' from : San ' Pedro with >a; cargo -and
passengers.-. ? It : went to : Portland this afternoon..
««The steamer Johan;Paulsen arrived today -from
San iFrancisco ' and^ went up j the : river ; to load a.
lumber-cargo for that. port., T^* •: ." :: . y- \u25a0:"--\u25a0: "--\u25a0
, * The -United ? SUtes \u25a0 cruiser.: Charleston sailed
this afternoon' for Victoria." •." , \u0084\u25a0•;';:•: -
'\u25a0 The ; schooner • Alvena, . with ' s \ cargo of 927,000
feet « of lumber > for • San ; Francisco, - f went *to eea
today. ;/\u25a0\u25a0 v ,'. .;.?\u25a0--/ ~.\- -"\u25a0:'\u25a0' ; \u25a0 ; ' : ''" : '\u25a0 ''\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0" ; '.-V- •>"-;..\u25a0
l" The .: Norwegian ' steamsWp -. HenrOt ' Ibsen , ar
rired'-tonight from ; San Francisco. ... It . is . under
charter to -load;*^ wheat "J at. Portland s'tfor -tbe
orient v'-'ii'-V.;. •. *-v /' .. - \u25a0\u25a0•,-\u25a0\u25a0- ..-/.' .
.* Z; Captain * Chris ! ; Olsen."; one . of • the \u25a0; best i known
navigators t> on ' the > coast,? who '» for \u25a0- many s years ;
has been employed as master. of , the-. tng- Astoria
st i. wniapa' Harbor ; and i the -. tug , Samson ' of ,'As
toris, i has I accepted ja I position t as ; master . of i the
rug . Cudahy, in jthe< employ of : Grays Harbor
tug i boat i company^ ,//:.:;-..•\u25a0
r-: Captain Henry ' Stoddard, , manager iof j the : Pa- \u25a0
Cific coast ship owners'; associatioji, is ! here from
San Francisco : for. the purpose of, establishing; an
agency " to ;? handle ?\u25a0 the ? business f of ; : Its i vessels
that 3 enter * this -1 port. .'f-i After #. completing g his j
business -here. he, will, visit; Grars Harbor for,the- •
same, purpose.' - , ... '\u0084.>--- \u25a0
''.*\u25a0•"*'•\u25a0 "\u25a0 "AriMTi Transporta v '.'.'. s :•-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ;
• •'Th'e.*Burnsidelis;atfieattieV - . '. - - -
l"^The:Buford is homeward! bound! ?-.,-.
' \u0084The*- Crook? arrived 'i at f Fort \u25a0 Liscuai,"- Alaska,**' -
July:7^and'departed^Jaly^S.-:K-' ; " -:;\u25a0/</ %
*f. The \u25a0 Dii • left : Honolulu \u25a0 June , 28 for Sea ttle.' -\, j
I? £ Tha j Ktlpa trick sist *t 1 Ketrport ', Kews,*^ Va;^i-v :
r> The > l^)gan s arrived ,' at ; llouolula 'July ; 8 " and ' 'is
due ; here? this »eveniße.:-' \u25a0\u25a0- -^- '-,'\u25a0\u25a0. --^ \u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0. •\u25a0.^ '-''-.-.-^i \u25a0\u25a0•-:.-..r:
> TheiMeade->isjati>"ew?york.v Out of commls- -
Movements of Steamera
' \u25a0" / ' "-'. 'TO ARHITE '
\u25a0 ..'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.. ;.;;Froai \u25a0'\u25a0.:••..; J > "; Steamer | Doe
Puget Sound ', Poris^. .". ..... .".'.. Jnly 17
Kel Hlver Ports :.rr::v. Aigo-^::... ...',. July!"
Portland i & Astoria r. . . Colambia . .". . . . Jaly , 17
Coos Bay :............; M. F." Plant. :.\ July IS
Arc* ta \u25a0-' . . . t . .*. : . ". ';*. . . . Xortb Fork **. v. July ' IS
Hnrnbolrtt..r... v..".. Pomona> ....... Jaiyl"
Japan ; ria Hnnilnln.. .'. Am.' Dnperre..: July I 1I 1
S»o Dley» A.War Ports City. of Pnebla. Joly.l*
Point Arena & 'Albion.". I'omo '.:.. v.';.. July -IS
Saa Pedro -. : . .'. . : ; . .-. . . F. - A.". Kllbara:; Jaly IS
San -Pedro :?..'..'.'.'.:... I Norwood \ ...".V. July 19
New. York ; ria Aneon..jSan-.Jo«e ...... Jnly 19
San : Pedro . . . Ti : '. . . .". .*. fJ. ? B. : : St? tsoa V.\ ! Jaly 19
San Pedro ;.'. . . .*. . . .". .'.tVaa'traard - . . . ; ,!Joly 20
Pan-J^edro ....\u25a0.;...... O. <W. \u25a0 Elder.. Jjnli.2o
Seattle ,V; . . . s. -.-. .. lA. . JaureguiberryjJuiy 20
Sau Pedro & V.'ay PorUiCoo»;Bay^.».... Jaly 21
Cbinai&; Japaa:. :..... CMaa ...... .."..'July 2;
HnailjoMt ;. .r. . . . : . . . .(iinreka ...... ; Jjaly 21
Mpn<sodno.& -Pt. ArepaiSea Foam .-,-. .". i.LlnlT.2l
Willapa : Harbor ...... |P*{sy - Mltcbell..}Jnly 2i
San- Pedro .*/. . .-. . . . . . . .Ictiehalis v. . . : . ..(July 22
San Diero & Way Portslsutf of Cal...|Joly 2!
Bnn Pwiro v. ; . . . .... ;'. jllanalei . . ;. . . .JJaly T2
Hooolaln * Kahnlai. .^Xevedan 1 ....... July 22
Portland ". & Astoria . . .-; lCosta nica . . .V. \ Joly 22
Grays Harbor C". ::'. . . .JNewburst t v: ... . .1 Jaly 22
Portland & Way Pott*. ifceanoke .:..... fJaly 22
Yckohama . . .;...... . . JM.- S. : Dollar. ..iJnly 22
Seattle I& : Tacoms . . : . . ', Wg tson - ..... .;.! July CS
Pucet-Souad Ports., i-.j President ......jjaly 24
Ilonolnlo - . . - ; . . :..-...;.{ Hiioaian \ . .... . . ?Joly 24
; - TO SAIL •--:\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 -- \u25a0-•\u25a0-/: fl'f 1 '
•,:-\u25a0 \ Degtlaatlon | Stramer ,'\ Sails {Pier
! Jnly.l7— .r : ' v ) ; .:- (
Ixis : Angeles .Ports.... iPamon ..... 10 am' 2
Graj-s Harbor . ;....... [G.Llndauer. 3 pm s St
Potat' Arena :...... ... Se* Foam... 4pm 2
Los Aaselea Port*..... Haaalci .;.. 4 prn 10-
Jaly 19— \u25a0 ; /;. \u25a0 -! .\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 | Vr-'-
Grays Harbor ........ .i(>ntr«lia ... 3 pml 10
Grays Harbor •\u2666....\u25a0.;. Norwood 16'
Eel Hirer Port*.. "..... JArjro ....... 11 am -10
Humboldt -j ............ 1 ;..reka . . ; . ft am 11
Caina & Japaa Amer.Marn. 1 pm 42
\Coqnine-RlTer \u25a0'.\u25a0.\u25a0....-.". Monterey ... •:... ':.'..'
San Dletro A Way Ports State of" Cal. 10 am 11
\u25a0\u25a0- Julyjl»— v> •\u25a0•-.. j ' ' '
Grays Harbor *...... . .{Westf raer . . ... . . . ....
Willapa- Hjrbftr . . :~. . .|J. B. Stetson 3pm 2
San Pedro A Way Portslßonfta ..... oam 11
Coos | Bay . . . r. . . .-. . . ; .JM. F. Plaat. 4pa 8
Xcm? :&. St. Micbael:..lSaD Mateo.. S nai 1...
July 20— ,; > ,i •-.-:-\u25a0 .- \u25a0 - ]
Humboldt "... i.V.. ....... (Vaniroard -.. Ipm 2
Homholdt :....... . . . . .(Xcrtb Fork.. 5 pm 20
Humboldt ..... . . . ; Pomona 10.30 a ft '
Portland i Way Ports: G.W. Elder. I.Bot>t 13
t*s Angeles. Ports...-;; V:i Kilburn.. 4 pm 10
Point Arena 4: A1bi0n. .jP0m0:. ....:. 6pm 2
Seattle '&. Tacoma .*:.';.-? B'ickman .; 1.30p( 20
Poget : Soand : Ports... .Sonoma . .:. Spm 0
Astoria & Portlaad..... Columbia ...Ham 21~
Grayj Harbor ......... Tamalpals ..,
t July. 2l— ; . ;.j
San Weeo & Way PortsiCity Pnebla. 10 ara 11
Seattle & Tacoma. . . . . Enreka . . . .'. 11 am ! 3 '
Grays; Harbor: ........ Cfcetalis "... .lIX
Hnmboldt ;:..... City Topeka. lO.SCa »
Lo* -Antrelea ........ ..iKoaaoke ~a. 1 pm 13
July 23— I , ->. - . * . •
gel RiTgr P0rt5. .... .. .fArg0 12 m 10
- , TO SAIL FROM SE.JTTLE
\u25a0 Destlnatloa . | S^eaiaer- { Date ,
Valdez & Seward . . v." . . Sara toca ....... Iclt 1 7
Skagway & Way Port*. Dolphin ....... July 17
Skagway &. Way Ports. City of Seattle. Jnly 20
Nome & St. Michael... 'Victoria Jnly 20
Skagway A a Way Ports. [Farallon ....... Jaly 23
Nome, & St.. Michael. i.lEdlth ........".IJaly 21
N0tre :...;:.;.....\u25a0..:.. | Moatara .. . July 22
Valdez & Seward.....: Vneataa ...;... Jnly 24
Nome & St. Michael... Mackinaw ..;... Jnly 25
VHldez;& Seward.....; Rertha ........ Jaly 25
Valdei & Seward...... Jeanle ..... Jn!y-23
Stagway & Way Ports .[Spokaae ....... July 2« ,
'. WEDNESDAY,- JULY 17 -
Snn rises ........ ,s:oo|Snn geta ..........7.31
Sun and Tide'
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey— Time
\u25a0ml Heights of .Tide at Fort Point. For cltj
front, (Mission street wharf) -<dd 23 minutes.
Time! Time <•\u25a0 ITime Time
J'ly 1 Ft Ft j Ft ; Ft
(H W[ L W fH W , -.• {l Wf \u25a0.\u25a0--/;
17.. 3:30 4.0! DM6I 1.3 4:45 5.1111:021 I.S
IS.. 4:55 5.9 10:35} I.S .1:23 C.3111:5G 1.2
19.. 6:27 3.8 11:25 2.1 6:03 5.5 ..:.......
L W v;, HWI - L W H W -»
20.. 1:02 0.6|.R:00! 3.R 12 2S 2.4 R:53 5 7
21.. 2:03-0.1 8:12 4.J 1:23 \u25a0" 2.S 7:45 5.9
22.. 3:00—0.6 10:12) 4.5 2:2$ 2.9 5:36 «.l
Time Ball
United States Branch HrdroeraphJe Office. Mer
• chants' Exchange, San Francisco, CaLisJuly
16, 1907; \u25a0 " ?" •
The time ball on the tower of the Ferry build-
Ing was dropped today t exactly at noon. Pacific
i Standard Time (120 th Meridian), or Sh. 00m. 00s.
Grec-nwich Mean Time. . .- \u25a0 .- \u25a0. \u25a0
. J. a BURNETT. :•
. Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
I
i
.
"Cm- $. Branch Hydroßraphic OfSce
/ A branch; of 'the United" States Hydrographic
Office,' located at the Merchants' Exchange, Is
maintained in San Francisco for. the benefit of
mariners,* without regard to 1 nationality and .free
of expense. - Navigators are cordially. Invited to
visit»the : office, - where complete sets of charts
and " sailing directions 6f tbe world . are kept - at
hand,' for comparison and reference,-and the lat
esf Information can always be obtained regarding
lights; danger to navigation; and ail: matters of
interest' to ocean. commerce.- - ... .
" J. C. BURXETT.
lieotenaat,'U. S. N.. in Charge. '. "
The'lngalls Is at Newport News.' Va.
*_ The \u25a0 Sheridan is at Mare ', island undergoing
repairs. : - ' " •*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0
Tbe Shermaa sailed Jaly 14 from Honolala for
Manila. • = . ,
\u25a0 The Thomas sailed from . Guam June 26 for
Manila. ,- : , . .
; The Warrea is la port. '
The Overdne Iil«t s
- Eritishbark.Criffel, out 145 days from Sydaey,
for Qneeastown, 25 per ceat. "\u25a0-\u25a0: \u25a0
\u25a0 British bark Dandonald, or.t ; ISO days from
Sydney; for Falmoath, CO per ceat. , ,
-- Freach eblp Dn^aay. Tronia.' oat 127 days from
TChlo.for HaTre, 6 per cent. ; .\u25a0•\u25a0-*-"
British ship Loch .Tay, oat 13S . day» frora
Geelongr,- for Glasgow,; 6 per cent.'. - . \u25a0
'.Italian ship Orealla, out 133 days from .Walla
roo, for Falmontb, 6 per ceat.. . ". .
v British* bark Pharos, oat 143 days from Ade
laide, for Falmauth, 6 'per ceat. i
X Norwegiaa ship ' Sterling 1 , - oat : 152 days from
Melbourne, i for \u25a0 Falmauth. 45 per cent '
Nomeglaa ' bark ; Tercla; oat 127 . days from
New Caledonia, for Hamburg. 20 per cent.
' German ship Ostara,. oat IS3 daya from Ham
bare, 1 . for Saata " Rosalia, ; 12 per ceat'
1 Swedish ship Geipea. oat 97 days from Babla
Slanca. for Falmouth, 12 per ceat '-\u25a0\u25a0
: British ship M. E. Watson, oat 125 days from
Iqnkjue. \u25a0 for tbe ' chanael. 6 per cent x \u25a0\u25a0-•_.
• British ship . Anstraliaa,' oat : 156 days : from
Tacoma,^for Qneenstowa, 0 percent.- , -.
'\u25a0 Freach . bark • Neuil 1 y, , out '113 days from "' Syd
ney,' for Falmoath, 6 per .' ccn t ' " . -. \u25a0
X EWS OP THE OCEAJT
_\u25a0> \- Exporfs^by the . President -*
' The steamer President, which salle.l oa'Satnr
day for Victoria, 'had cargo consigned to fore lgn
ports t ralopd -at * ?25.f>46, to be dtstribnted- as
follows: >"or.; : British America, \u25a0 $19,200; \ An»
tralia,, $5,614; - New, Zealand, 53,551 : Samoaa
island-, $218; Sorttb Africa. , $363. Tbe. follow
ing wpre tba principal shipments:
'- To British America— l6,l23 lbs dried fralt,S6o
lbs i raislnt, ' 600 \u25a0 lbs « nnts, c 20,900 lbs ; beans.
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GO. OOO lbs *alt, , 7SS p&;s fresh f raits, 83 pkgs
vegetables. 95 pkgs : onions, - 183 pkgs - potatoes.
2G& -c* - canned goods. 563 lbs pasta. 270 lbs
dried flsb, : 1,500 lbs table meal. 8,473 lbs choco
late. . 23S \u25a0 lbs . cheese. 74 pigs . groceries and pro
risions. 259 t gals and ; 2 es win*. 3 cs braady,
21 rolls burlap. 10 rolls felt. 75 pkfs. roofing. 4
cs . sewing <\u25a0 machines, '1 > toll leather, 2SO pgs
xnatcbe9.-70 bbla and lea oil, S btl«« oreraiu.
1 - pkg ntachtnery,' 16.508 ft ' lumber. \u25a0 6 cyls gas.
12 . pkgs ' drags, fl pkgs electrical goods, 10,533
lbs bloestone. -- -.. >''^&{MB>< l 4Nßft4QNHßMmf
-To . Aastralla— lSO - rolls : roofing-, 25 pkgs Ink.
10 . pkga J machinery, . 2S pkgs F* lnt*. -\u25a0 11 pkgs
dry- goods. > • --.*-'; \u25a0.-,• -\u25a0\u25a0>,--\u25a0 . .- \u25a0\u25a0
- .To -Netr Zealand— 2o es table meal. 33 cs
canned * goods, .- 450 i lbs 1 beans, -, 21 = pkgs dried
fruit. 4 pkgs waeon material. 8 pkg* njachlaery.
. To Ssmoan if lands— S ' bbls - fionr. 873 lba tat
fee, 2cs canned goods, '.20, pkgs potatoes and
OBicns. \u25a0 , '-\u25a0
To South Africa— loo rolls roofiaj.
Charters
The following charters 1 1t*n annonaced yes
terday:: The barSentine,AKk,' oa Png^t sound,
lumber. . thence to a direct nitrate pv« ( Ptoijri i
range), at 41s 3d; schooner Golden Shore, taca
business, ; from - Grays Harbor .to Sydney, at 27s
6d; barkentme \u25a0 Jane L. 'Stanford, same, from
Puiret? sound to Sydney, at -T» ul; steamer San
Mateo. • mercbandlse, from thi« port to Nome
and • St. MichaeL
The Pern*« Cargo
Thesteaaaer Peru sailed on Monday for Ancoa
and way ports with a general njerehandliw cargo.
ralTrrd at 'J121.324, and to be distributed as
followji: For Mexico, f 12.699; Central Am»ric».
*40,.«40: -Panama. $11,524; New York. 547.226;
Colombia, $3.0«4: Ecuador." s3<J6; Dntch Gniana.
3400; [ British Gaiana. S40O; Barbadoes island.
*400; Jamaica. 5403; France. -«2.e00. The fol
lowing were tise principal shipments:
To Mexico— 2l2 ctls barley. 249 pkga groceries
and provisions, 1.447 lbs aad So table meals.
41S lbs cheese, 455 lb« paste. 38 cs canned
OTOds, 430 gals and 24 'cs wine, 752 lb spices,
263 lbs dried fruit. 3SO lbs raisias. 10 pkga fresh
fruits. 73 pkgs onions. SS pkgs potatoes, W3 R>«
dago. 50. pes lumber, " I.SSS bdla stooSs, 9.073
Iba tallow, 50 kegs nails, 14 bdU Iron, 30 pc*
pipe. 23 pcs and 1 bdl eteeL 7 pS;s dry goods. 4
pkgs agricultural Implements. 57 cs arms and
•inimiißl t ion, 12 pkgs drugs. 22 - pkgs paint*. 33
kegs wblte lead. 31 pkgs machinery, 4 colls rope.
5 Nils brooms, 8 es boots aad shoes.
To Central America— 4.332 bbls fiour. 3.00Q
lbs rice. 1,000 lbs spice. S5 pkgs groceries and
provisions. 74 cs canned goods, 1.073 lbs dried
fruit. 1.350 lbs and 10 bxs raisins. S7O lbs tab «•
meals. 199 lbs cheese, 300 lbs codash. 403 lbs
tea. 600 lbs lard. 123 pkgs potatoes. 10 pk««
fresh fruit, \u25a012 cs salmoa. I.SmJ gals wine. 112
cs whisky, 100 gals liquors, 11 \u25a0\u25a0 pkgs drug*. 4
pk?s machinery, 19 es oils. - 14 cs dry goods, c
ceils rope. 42 pkgs aaUs^2s bbls cement. 10 cs
arms and ammunltioc, 43 pkgs paints. 272 pcs
and - 4d MU pipe, 3,240 ft and 33 - pcs lumber.
29,290 lbs tallow. 3.507 lbs wax, 7.&T4 lbs stear
lae. 20 bdls iron. 11 bdls steel, 51 kegs white
lead, 818 lbs grease, 6,272 lbs potash, 4 rolls
leather, 20 bdls iron.
To Panama — 130 bbls floor. 2.000 lbs beans.
50 "cs salmon. 35.223 lbs lumber. SO Ibs'opium.
To New 1'0rk— 14,777 gaU . wine, 13.515 lbs
hides. 13.610 lbs cattle horns, 4 bales skins.
600.476 lbs pii lead.
To Colombia— 6oo bbls flour. 10.460 lbs rice.
1.250 lbs sugar. 6 cs canned goods, 104 cs sal
non,' 4 pkgs potatoes and onions. 23S lbs tea,
10 cs coal on. 912 bdls shoo?*, 10 bbls ceraeat.
1,431 gals acd 43 cs wla<\ •
, To Ecuador— l 6 coils rope.
\u25a0 To Dutch Guiana — 100 cs salmon.
) To British Guiaoa — 100 cs salmon.
To Barbadoes island — ICO cs salmoa.
To; Jamaica — 93 cs salmon.
To France — 2.990 lbs vanilla beans.
SHIPPING IXTELLIGEXCE
ARRIVED
Tuesday. July 18.
Strar Cez trails, Erfctson, 63 Lours froia Grsji
Harbor. '
Stmr Argyll, Johajon. 28 boors from Port Har
ford.
Stmr' James S. Biggins, Elisjea. 42 boms from
San Pedro.
'. Stmr Ilackman. Wood, 61*4 hoars from Seattle.
Simr Atlas, Badger, 54 hours from , Astoria.
Stmr Eureka, Noren, 24 hours from Eurek*. '
- Star. Sonoma, Cousins, S8 boon frota Victoria
and Puget sound ports.
Stmr Bonlu, " Nlcoisoa, 72 hours from San
Pedro and waj ports.
Stmr National City, Weber, 10 boors from
Monterey. " . --
Barge Santa Paula, Pelle,' ' 28 boors from Port
Harford, in tow of stmr Argyll.
Schr Santiago, Farley, 14 boors from Mon
terey, in tow of tog Fearless.
\u25a0 , • CLEARED
t Tuesday, July 18.
Strar State of California, Gielow, San Diego;
'Pacific Coast e> teams blip corapany.
- Schr Roderick Dhu, in^i"V'n j Portland*; Asso
ciate oil company.
BAILED
Tuesday. July 16. -
C S stmr Buffalo, Everett, cruise.
Stmr Elizabeth, Olsen. Bandon.
Stmr Jim Butler. Olsen.- Astoria, 'i
Stair James S. Hlggins. Eliason, Fort Bra;;.
Stmr Arctic. Olsen. Fort Brags.
Stmr Scotia. »lson. . \u25a0
. Stmr Phoenix, Hansen, iTersens landing.
' Stmr Go&Iala, KJellln, Delmar laadlnj.
Stmr Del Xortr, Sanf onl. Crescent City.
Stmr Point Arena, Fagerstrom, Albion.
Stmr TVliltesboro, Elbsen, Greenwood.
Stmr Thomas L. Wand, Peterson. Astoria.
Stmr Georse W. Elder, Jessen. San Pedro. • :
. Stmr Despatch, Bansen, Eoreka. <-"-•. V' :
Schr Saatlaso, Foley, Monterey, la tow of tog '
Fearless. - • • .
\u25a0'. OUTSIDE BOUND IN— l2 MIDNIGHT
Bark K. P. Kithe:.
TELEGRAPHIC
POLVT LOBO3, July 18. 10 p. n.— Weather
foSS7» wind west; Telocity 10 miles per boor.
DOMESTIC PORTS
SAN DlEGO— Sailed July 16— Star Brooklyn,
for San Francisco. • . -
OLYMPlA— Arrircd Joly 13— 8tnir SanU Bar
bara, from Seattle. - "***j6|issßigg
! SEATTlX— Axrired July 18— Stmr President,
hence July 13. -'? '\u25a0 reiMyifcltiglikMefeMpwfcfcw^
Arrived July 15— Stmr : Victoria, troea Nome;
stmr Saratoga, from \u25a0 Valdez.
< Arrived July 16— Stmr Santa Barbara, brace
Jnly 11. \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0-.- \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 ••;•\u25a0 •
Called Jaly 16— Stmr Santa Boca, for Sltia.
Sailed July 15 — t'r «tmr Aminl Jaaresoiberry,
for San Francisco. • , "
Arrived July 16— Star Wblttier, from Victo
ria.*
C ASTORIA— ArrITed July 16—^tmr Roanok*.
bence Jaly 13. Tia Eareka; stmr Johaa Poalsen.
b*nce July 13. • •
Sailed July 16— Strar Redondo, for Tacoma.
REDOXDO— ArrtTed Jnly 16— Schr Fred E.
SanJer, from Astoria. ' . - ; . " \u25a0
BANDON— Sailed July 16— Scbr Rnby. for San
Pedro. - -,
- TACOMA— SaHed July 15— Stmr Coloael E. L.
Dra&<», for Saa Francisco; scbr Prosper, for Port
Los • Angeles. . • ' \u25a0 -•\u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0 , -
..TATOOSH— Passed July 16— Stmr Banta Bar
bara, hence July 11, for OlympXa; stair Watson,
hence July, 14, for Seattle; Ft stmr Anlral J*u
resralberry. from Seattle. - for - San Francisco;
Cbil bark Belfast, from Port Hadlock, for Val
paraiso. - \u25a0
Passed in Jnly July 18 — Schr Baiabridxe. hence
Jane 29. for Port Townsecd. ,
Passed \u25a0 in July - 16 — Stmr Taapico, from : Saa
Pedro, for Seattle; Nor stmr Tardenskjold, heacs
July 12, for Nanaimo.
Passed out July: 10 — Stmr Whittier, from Tan
conrer, for Saa Francisco.
ASTORIA — Sailed July 10— Stair Breakwater.
t for Cooa bay.
| Sailed Jaly 16 — Scbr Alvena. for Saa Padre;
CS stmr Charleston, for Saa \u25a0 Francisco.
\'i GA\HOTA — SaUed Jnly 16 — Stmr Cataalat, for
j Honolnln. tU Monterey. hIHMHMB
| MONTEREY— SaiIed JoJy 13— Schr Monterer.
! for Douglas island, in tew of tax Defiance.
j. Sailed, July 14— Stmr W.' S.- Porter, for Port
land. •'\u25a0 .\u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0. "\u25a0 \u25a0 - /--' :; \u25a0 : \u25a0 '
. COOS BAST— Sailed July 15— Stmr JL „F.
Plant, for San Francisco. - ~ •
ABEUDEEN— Arrived July 14— Star Grace
I Dollar, * benc« 3^'AtSmmIOKmKmOBtBOKOOf§
O'CONNELL ROUNDS UP
POSTOFFICE FRAUDS
Code Messages Are Sent as
Price Marks on
James O'Connell. acting postoflice In
spector In chief/. has caused consterna
tion among several "hundred people in
this city who have been In the habit of
inclosing first class matter . and un
mailable .articles In packages postpaid
at third and fourth class rates. In all
such cases & fine of $10 Is Imposed upon
the sender, and all unmailable articles
are takea out of the packages and
withheld. During the last- two weeks
O'Connell has collected $2;S0O ia fines.
Several packages have been found
containing a bottle of drags or . other
material with a code word on tne label.
This code word may be an order for a
carload of the goods of whtcn the
packet contains tbe sample. The name
of tbe goods and the price on the label
are permissible, but nothing in the na
ture of a personal or business commu
nication Is allowed in anything but
first class matter. .
A package addressed to a prisoner In
this city was opened yesterday and
found to contain a two pagre letter
from a companion, several ba?s of to
bacco, a pipe, a cheap ctsar. a bundle of
cigarette papers and a handful of block
matches. Matches are unmailable and
the inclosure of the letter Is a violation
of the law. punishable by a $10 fine. In
addition to the cost of first class
postage upon the entire package.
O'Connell says that the "block"
matches made and used in this state
are found nowhere else and ara Quite a
curiosity fn the east and elsewhere.
Hence visitors to ' this city are In - the
habit of \u25a0- attempting- to send them
through the. malls to their friends.
Women are the worst offenders ' In
the matter of smuggling I correspond
ence In third and fourth rate packages.
CEXSCRES UXITETJ -RAILROADS
The coroner's jury, sitting In the
ca«e of Charles Bradford, the 9 year
old boy who was killed July 5 by a
streetcar at Sacramento arid Sprnce
streets, brought In a verdict yesterday
censuring the United Railroads tor ne
glecting: to keep lta fenders In good
condition.
POET HADLOCK—SaiIed Jaly I*—Scar Tlt
ertoa. beace Jaly 12.
SANTA BARBARA—Arrtred Jnly I»—Stmr
Vaasaard. beace Jaly 14.
SA.V PEDBO— B4ta Gardlaer City, from As
toria. :\u25a0 \u25a0 .
ArrlTed Jaly 18—Stair Norwood, troai. Re
<ionilo; «cnr TV. J. Patterwn, from Aberdeen.
Sailed Jnly 16—Scbr WUbert L. Smith, for
Paset sonnd: stair. J. B. Stetson, for Saa. Fraa
ciseo: star F. A. Kllbcra, for Saa Fraacisoa.
SOCTH BE.VD—ArriT*U July 18—Stmr May
fair, beace July 12.
Sailed July IS—Schr James A: Garfleld, for
Raymond. m URm* *' "l: * •>*»-"\u25a0\u25a0
PORT HARTORT*—Anired Joly 19—Stair Cot*
Bay, from Saa Pedro; sear Coaaaaza, from Saa
Dl»*r*
Sailed Jaly 16—Stmr Coo« Bay, for Saa Fwa-
CiSCO. - -v : \u25a0- , / -\u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0
POINT RETES—Passed Jaly I»—Stmr Back
man, froca Seattle, for Saa Fraadaco. v
PORT TOWXSEND—Pa***d la July 15—Stmr
TiTertoa. beace Jaly 11. for Port Hadlock.
Arrlred July 15—Stmr Olympic, aeace July 11.
ISLAND PORTS •
HONOLULU—SaiIed Jaly 15-Schr XT. EL Mar
•toa, for Saa Francisco; stmr Chfo |»,. 6p. . m. r
for Saa FraacUco.
ArrlTed July IS—Stmr Keradaa, from Kaha
lai; acbr Aloba. heacs Job* 30.
Sailed Joly 16—Stmr Korea, for Yokohama;
10 a. m.—Stmr Hilontaa. fnr Sa» Fraaeisco.
KAHl^Cl—Sailed Jaly IS—Stmr Neradaa. for
Honolulu. - *
FOREIGN PORTS
ACAPCXCO—SaiIed Joly 15—Stmr City of
Panama, for Saa Fraaeisco.
Sailed Jaly W—Stmr City of Pan, for Aacoa.
BRISBANE—*ArrtTed July 15—Br stmr Ao
raairl. from Yaacoaver.
SUEZ—Ia port Ja!y 7 —Br, stmr tadramayo,
for BoAtoa. \u25a0 \u25a0 - -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•-" ' \u25a0 '\u25a0 -
DUNGENESS—Paswed Jaly 14^-Fr bark 1*
Peroase. from Bambarjr. far Saa Fraactsco. ;
•v GIBRALTAR— Passed Jaly 14—Br stmr la
drmsl, frora Sbaa^bai. for New York.
: CALLAO—Sailed May 24—Br stmx Coadoo.
for New Tort. mtMsW 11
GBEENOCK—«aHed Jaly 13—Br stmr Titsa.
for Seattle. -
NEWCASTLE. V. S. W.—SaDsd Jnly 3—Br
stair Vlwota. for MaaOa. <\u25a0• ,
MAZATLAN—SafIed Jaly 13—Stmr Saa Jose,
for Saa Francisco.
YOKOHAMA—Arrtred Jaty I»—Ja» stmr
Honfffconp Mam. h«ace Jaa« 29.
Sailed Jcly 11—Br stmr Empress of China, for
Taacovrer.' ;HSH4MpataaßMMhManv>V^M0 M*fJH
NANAIMO—SaiIed July 15—Bart Sea. Kin;,
for Unalaska.'
VICTORIA—ArrtTed Jaly 19—Nor stmr Tor
deaskjold. heaee Jaly 1-
Arrired July 1" — Stmr Prestdeat. benc«
Jaly 13.
SaCed Jaly 16—Bark Sea Kfo;. for Unalaska.
SYDNEY—Arrived prior to Jaly 16—Br stmr
Aomagf. from Vaaroorer. - .
PUNTA ARENAS—Passed Jaty 12—Ger stmr
Sals, h»a«e Marcb 21. fur Hamburg.
PORT NATAX—iArriT*4 prior to Jaly lfl—Br
Stmr In»»r!o, from Newport News, far M*ai*x. r
HOBART—ArrITed prior to July IS—Fr bark
Le Pilter. from Loadon., for Oregon. .
SAUNA CRCZ—ArriTed July 13—Stmr A&s
kan. from Hilo. .
HONGKONG—Arrived Jnly lft—Br star Per
sia, beace Jus* I*.
OCEAN STEAMERS
MOVlLLE—ArriTed Jnly 15—Stmr Fnrnemsia,
from N»w York, for Glasgow.
LONDON—Arrtred Jnly 16—Stmr Mmaeapo
lls. from New York.
- CHERBOURG—ArrITed Jaly 16—Stmr Kaiser
WUbelm 11. from New York.
YOKOHAMA—ArrITed July 11—Stmr Empress
of China, from Hongkonsr. etc.,-for Vanwmrer.
NAPLES—AxriTed Jnae 22—Stmr Campaaia.
frota O«aoa. : --
GLASGOW— ArrlT«d Jnlj.lS-Stmr TnraessU,
from New York- - • " \u25a0
PALERMO—SaiIed Jnly 11—Star Nord Amer
ica, from Genoa, etc., for New York.
Sailed Jaly 13—Stmr Hataor. from Hambnrr.
for Sas Francisco.
Sailed Jaly 13—Stmr Sannlo, fMQ 9ew York,
for Naples. '• ,
NEW YORK—SaDed Jnly I<»—Stmr Orraants.
for-LlTerpool; stmr Kroaprma WQaeim. for
Bremen.
.
\u25a0 -' - Memoranda
LONDON. \u25a0. Jnly \u25a0 15. —8r ! stmr Cyclop*. from
Png«t sonad.' for LtTerpooL whkh pataed Perim
today, sigaalad machinery was oat of order. -.
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