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Additional Sporting News
Rain Brings Needed
Rest for Autos
R. R. l'Hommedieu
The first heavy storm of the winter
has caused many of the owners of au
tomobiles to place their cars in the re
pair shops to be overhauled. In many
cases the step has not been taken any
too soon, for most of the cars need a
thorough fixing up. It Is surprising
how little care the average owner takes
of hla motor car. One of the heads of
the largest machine shop in the city
•aid that an owner takes less care of
automobiles than any other kind of
machinery that is brought Into thej
shops to be repaired.
The Pioneer automobile company re
ports the sale of a'Thomas-Detroit to
H. C Warwick.
The Maxwell-Briscoe Pacific company
l' reports the following sales of Maxwell
rars: A touring car to A. Callaghan of
Oakland, a runabout to L. Stroude of
Ingleside and George W. Staggs of
V.'cston, Or. The Keystone motor car
company, controlled by Jack Stoner,
has boaght a touring car, a Doctor Max
well, a delivery wagon and a runabout.
A. C. Webb, the former automobile
racing man. has taken to building au
tomobile fire engines. Webb is building
his modern fire extinguisher at Buf
falo and is putting In a Thomas chassis.
The engine under a test made a run of
some length at a speed of 48 miles an
hour, connected to a. hydrant and threw
a continuous stream over a large three
story building-. The officials of the
Buffalo fire department who witnessed
the test were delighted with the re
• • •
In a competitive test of hif power
touring cars conducted by u.e Mil
waukee merchant?" and manufacturers'
fire and burglar dispatch an order was
placed for three Rambler four cylinder
cars, to be delivered before November
1. These automobiles \u25a0were placed on
duty the Ist of November to warn pa
trons In case of fire, burglary, open
safes or vaults, neglected lights or un
locked windows or doors.
E. P. Brlnegar has received word
from the Olds factory that the com
pany will turn out the following mod
' els the season of 190S:
Three chassis, • cix cylinder and two four
cylinders, con»titnte the running gear outfits, to
which saay be added the four cylinder runabout
body, limousine end landaulet, makiag cix
models, as follows: OldsnaobiJe model Z, cix
irr:ind«r cerca passenper touring ear: Old&mo-
T iVi';e model M. four cylinder five passenger tour
^--" car; Old^aobile model ME, tte Flying
itt^dster. a two passenger four cylinder run
about: O!Cs:srtJt'e tnoSel M limousine; Olds
mobile model M landaulet; Oldsmoblle model X,'
a listt tour cj"ltafier five passenger touring car.
Big Entry List for
Tennis Tourney
A handicap singles tournament will
be played by the members of . the
Golden Gate junior tennis club on the
park courts today. Forty-seven boys
affixed their signatures to the entry
list.. which is the largest in over a year.
Among the contestants will be Maurice
McLoughlin and Robert Strachan. re
spectively .senior and junior, champion
o£ the coast. Those who fall to survive
the preliminary and first rounds of
play will be eligible to compete in a
consolation handicap singles tourna
ment. The drawing resulted as fol-
Prellmtnarj- round — Bull (30> vs. Douglass
O5 3-6); Jotnstoa <owe 30) vs. Griffon O5);
Simon (owe 15 3-6) vs. Goecker iscrateh);
MeCann (owe 3-6) vs. Slaggs (owe 15 3-6);
Deradon low* 15 3-6) vs. Becker (15 3-6): Finn
*15» v«. Sis&on (owe 3-C): Fuchs towe 40) v«.
Nattan (owe 15 3-6 i; Fromfield- U5 3-6) vs.
Rocnta? <owe 30 3-Ct; McCarthy (15) vs. Dun
can (15); Marsh <I 5 3-€) vs. Huff (owe 13): J.
?trachao (owe "0 3-6) vs. W. Brunn (30) ;
Grt*zi>»?g tor-e 15) vs. Ward (15); R. Strachan
<vpe?!aH rs. Rsn*:a '15 3-6); Hobsoa (owe 40)
vs. Rensohol (15); Vodden (15) vs. McLough-
Ita (*pecl*M.
Fir-t round (upper half)— Marcus (owe 40)
t*. Easton (owe 30): Leviasoa (owe 15) vs.
Curtis (owe 15 3-*>» ; Sweeney 'owe 30) vs. E. -
OrroU (15 SS) : i. Carroll (15 3-6) vs. Keller 1
1 1 c * e\
S First round <!owor half) — Letnensky (15 3-6).
by«; B*:ktn ttpeeiali vs. Hardeman (special):
Straus as> vs. Henke (owe 3-<J): HirMh (30)
vs. R. Brucn (ow* 15); Randall (owe 8-6) vs.
Voorsanger (one 15 3-6).
Skater Huff Falls;
Stays in Race
Intense interest on the part of the
spectators aroused by numerous spurts
between the contestants marked the
tkating races At the Coliseum rink last
night. HufC. vrho had been laying tack
in third place In the six night race,
brought down the house by a show of
gameness. After sustaining a bad fall
and being- carried off the track, losing
a minute and a half, the lad came back
and by a magnificent spurt lapped his
fiold before time v/as called. The acci
dent set him back to fourth position
for the series.
The standing of the riders follows:
Bierworth. l&l laps 'loo yards; Richard
eon, ISO laps 100 yards; Wallace, 17$
laps lt>o yards; Huff, 177 laps 160 yards;
Marshall, 173 laps; Holland, 168 laps;
Herbers, 16 7 laps 140 yards; Moore, 163
laps 160 yards.
CHICAGO. Dec. 6. — "Encourage good,
clean horee racing and cut out all vul
gar shows and you will have better at
tendances all around," said Norman J.
Colman. former lieutenant governor of
Missouri, at the convention of the
Association of Fairs and Ex-
here last night "God so
ir;a<se man that he wants to see con
tests," Colman continued. "He will stop
In the street to witness a dog fight and
will watch two boys battle. Ministers
of the gospel and others of high moral
tone will witness a horse race that is
purely a contest for speed for a purse,
where there Is no pool selling or other
form of gambling."
NETV YORK. Dec. 6— The announce
ment that Matthew P. Halpin of the
New York athletic club has been se
lected as manager for the American
team at tbe Olympic games In Lon
don next year has caused considerable
comment among athletes. Several mem
bers of the Irish-American athletic
club are quoted as saying that they
would refuse to compete unless some
other manager was chosen, as they
were not satisfied with Halpln's man
agement of the team at the Athens
NEW YORK. Dec. 6. — Before the ad
journment of the board of review of
the national trotting association a mes
sage was sent to the Victorian breed
ers* and owners' trotting horse asso
ciation of Australia, accepting the sug
*e?tion that the association be recog
u*f d in this country ' and that recl
-prccal relations be established. Many
horses are shipped from California to
Australia and it is to place a safeguard
on those horses that the arransement
is being made.
Barbs and Cardinals
Play Today
The only post season game that the
cardinal varsity will, play upon the
home turf will be held tomorrow after
noon, rain or shine, when the Barbar
ians of San Francisco line up against
the local 15. The match Is being re
garded with Interest here, as it will
give the students an opportunity to
Judge the class of the men before they
make the trip to Vancouver. Several
changes will be made in the Stanford
lineup. At fullback F. C Brown, who
took the place of T. R. Cadwalader,
will be seen, as will C Pemberton at
wing forward In place of Frank
Mayers. The remainder of the lineup
will be as follows: Captain Koerner
and Rhyne front rank. J. R. Pember
ton, Minturn and Crawford side rank
and Lock, Miller and Thorpe rear rank;
Fenton half, Ganong and Mitchell fives,
Vandervoort center, Owen and Kolman
The football elevens of Lick and
Berkeley high schools are to meet at
Alameda Recreation park this after
noon at 2:£o o'clock.
Although the weather may prove in
clement a large crowd should be on
hand, as the bleachers are covered and
the grounds are 'accessible.
The teams are evenly matched and
a game is expected which will bring
out the best of the revised rules. Berke
ley, with the exception of Butler, will
have the same team that traveled to
Seattle. Lick's aggregation been
changed by Graff playing guard Instead
of full, while Hohmam will play full
and Holt halfback.
At a rally held in the school yester
day Captain Mitchell of the Liik team
criticised the academic athletic league
for the poor management of the foot
ball games this season.
At a meeting of the executive commit
tee of the associated students held last
night it was announced that the head
coach to succeed Lanagan would be
named at a special session to be held
Wednesday night of next week. . That
the choice of the students will be some
Rugby* expert is practically certain,
and all indications point to the selec
tion of present Field Coach George J.
The Lowell freshman football eleven
defeated the team from the Pacific
Heights school yesterday by a score
of 11 to 0. .
The features of the day were a long
end run by Hall of Lowell and the
steady playing of Cerf.
The game took place at Seventh and
Lake streets and was viewed by quite
a number of enthusiasts.
Leary Beats Bromley
in Swimming Race
J. Scott Leary proved he Is still the
fastest swimmer on the coast by de
feating George Bromley last night In a
special match race over a distance of
100 yards in the tank of the Olympic
club in its Post street building. He
covered the distance in 1:03 2-5. Three
lengths of the tank were required to
make up the distance. On the first lap
Leary secured a lead of a length. He
increased this to two lengths on the
second lap, which lead ho maintained
to the end. " '
Leary used the crawl stroke, which
was originated by "Turns" Cavill and
is used by the world's fastest swim
mers. Bromley used the trudgton or
double overhand, which style was used
by all the swimmers during the night
with the exception of Leary. The col
lege swimmers did not appear for their
race. The comedy element of the pro
pram was supplied by the contestants
in walking the greased pole. Th«»y
fell in a remarkable variety of ways.
The contest was finally won by Tom
Smith, who slid along the pole for 8
distance and then made a successful
dive for the flag at the end of the pole.
The races, which were witnessed by. a
large attendance of spectators, resulted
as follows:
50 yard handicap— First heat won by C. Fay.
Veckl second. Time, :35 4-5. Second heat won
by AI Eisenberg. Kellogg second. Time, :35.
Final heat wen by Al Eisenberg. Clarence Fay
second and Al Kellogg third. Time. :34 4-5.
Quarter of a mile — Won by W. Pomeroy, S. C.
Baldwin second and E. J. Dawsoa third. Time,
Obstacle race — Won by J. Barry, Ruether
second. Time, :24 3-5.
Match race, 100 yards — Won by J. Scott
Leary. George Bromley second. Time, 1:03 2-5.
Diving for plates — W. Pomeroy first and J.
Barry second.
Relay race — Won by a team made up of
C. N. P. Schultx, A. Hynes, M. McKinney and
Clarence Fay.
The prizes won at the last swimming
tournament were presented by Presi
dent William F. Humphrey. The ofil
cials in charge of the races, the ar
rangements for which were made by
Matt A. ' Harris, commissioner to the
athletic committee on swimming, were:
Starter, George James; clerk of course,
Clarence Clough; referee, W. ~ -V.
Humphrey; announcer, Fred Butz; tim
ers, Walter Christie and Phil Wand;
judges, J. A. Kennedy, J. A. Suits and
J. F. Cunningham; scorers, Frank At
kins and Martin Brandenstein.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. — By agreement
entries for stake races for the spring
meetings in 1908 at the Gravesend,
Sheepshead bay and Brighton beach
tracks .will be closed January 2. At
the same time the closing for fall
stakes and fixtures for the next two
years will be announced. The value
of the combined stakes, which will be
closed, exceeds 11,000,000. Among the
spring stakes are* the three great
events of the turf— the Brooklyn handi
cap at Gravesend. the Suburban at
Sheepshead bay and the Brighton
handicap. at Brighton beach.. It is an
nounced that the value of the first two
events will be raised to make them of
equal value with the Brighton — $25,000.
SANTA ROSA, Dec 6. — Two basket
ball victories were won by the Santa
Rosa high school teams before a large
crowd of onlookers here' tonight. -The
regular Santa Rosa high school team
defeated the champion team of Lowell
high school of San. Francisco In an al
most errorless game by- a score of 21
to IS. The Santa Rosa . high school
girls' team also defeated the Healds
burg high school girls* team by a score
of 3 to 7. The latter was a- return
game, the Santa" Rosa girls having met
defeat at Healdaburgr a week ago. A
big Jubilee was beld : after the games
were finished.* 2jj-Jjtt
The football eleven : from AlamedA
high school ' is scheduled; to - play- the
Rugby military, academy this morning
at 10 o'clock at the Alameda Recrea*
tion park.
Burning Vp the Weeds
They do things in a broad way in: the
west, and'; the manner in which -the
weeds are now burned off "the : right
of way of railroads Is told; and pictured
In the ChriEtmas number of Sunset
Shipping News and Gossip
of the Water Front
Snorting Southwester Makes Ships in the
Harbor Dance and Holds Some in Port
A' snorting southwester made the
shipping in the harbor dance yesterday
to a lively tune. Some ships that
started for sea turned back after get
ting a. taste of the still worse weather
outside, and some vessels that should
have sailed postponed their departure
until the elements were In a kinder
mood. None_pf the shipping suffered
any serious damage, although the state
repair gang will have work on several
wharves at the south end, where the
heavftig swells caused vessels in ex
posed berths to chafe and rip the
wooden structures.
The feiry steamers, especially the lit
tle yellow boats of the -Key Route,
rolled and pitched heavily, in the big
sea that ran during the forenoon and
there .was considerable seasickness
among the passengers. • No accidents
were reported, however, and the waves
lost their fury when the tide began
to ebb.
The tanker Monterey went to sea,
bound for Monterey in tow of the tug
Defiance, but returned to the harbor
after discovering the fierceness of the
gale outside. The Harriman steamer
City of Panama also started ; f or sea,
but came to an anchor off the Presidio
and remained there until conditions
outside improved. s.
An effort to take the schooner Com
peer to sea under sail during the aft
ernoon was abandoned when that.dar
ing windjammer collided with the liner
America Maru lying -at anchor off the
barge ofHce. ' The vessels cleared with
little difficulty. The liner was unhurt
and "the damage sustained by the
schooner was slight. . .
The quarantine stea*ner. Argonaut
took advantage of the >ieavy. weather
to snap its funnel stays against \u25a0 the
side of a steamer that Dr. Hobdy's
fumlnating brigade was trying, to
board. During the early days of the
fumigating campaign, when the Ar
gonaut was showing its rebellious re
sentment at having its ..white' decks
soiled with dirty sulphur pots and
civilian footprints the Argonaut, with
yesterday's opportunity, could have
knocked oft its own smokestack, and
punched a few holes in the other
steamer. Captain Schultze, however, is
holding a tight check on the steamer's
high spirits and passing craft no longer
shy when the quarantine steamer comes
On account of the heavy weather out-,
side all the pilot, boats came in and
rode out. . the steorm -. at anchor off
Meiggs wharf. '.-.} -
Conies In Without a Pilot
Captain' Philip Hastings Going
brought the Japanese liner America
Maru into the harbor yesterday after
noon without the asslstance"of a pilot.
When the America reached the. bar the
pilots were all inside, having been
driven to shelter by the. storm. The
America .Maru experienced heavy
weather all the way across the Pacific,
but the passengers were made comfort
able just the same and all declared
. that the voyage had been delightful.
The America Maru'brought 66 passen
gers . and 2,727 tons of cargo. The
freight included 753 bales of raw silk
and a large shipment of matting.
Among the passengers were F. E.
Mott and Walter Clifton, tea men from
Formosa. Captain: J. A. ' Barnholdt, a
master mariner now in "business in
Japan, was another passenger. Miss
M. B. Barrett, a missionary from Seoul,
came home on the liner to rest after
six years of hard work among the
Koreans. Other passengers were Dr. R.
IT. Orvis, U. S. N.,.and Mrs. Oryis, re
turning from : $he "Asiatic station^ where
the doctor was ; attached to the Chat
J. J. Keegan and H. J. Rosencrantz,
who represent a syndicate of.manufac
turers in the orient. 'returned on the
America Maru. Their tour Included
Australia and while there Keegan mar
ried the daughter of a prominent Syd
ney merchant »Mrs. Keegan will here
after accompany her' husband and his
partner on : their travels. '
Newport Does Xot Dock
The Pacific Mail liner Newport. Cap
tain W. J. Russell, which arrived late
Thursday night from Panama and way
ports, passed quarantine Inspection
early yesterday i morning, but will "not
dock until today. The Newport will
dock at the Spear, street wharf in the
berth occupied by the Peru. It was
impossible to move the Peru yesterday
on account of the weather. The New
port brought .23 passengers, \_who were
taken ashore on the tender, Arabs.
At Salina Cruz when, the; Newport
left were two Japanesesteamers with
coolies to work on the ' Mexican ; rail
roads. Although admitting Japanese
coolies freely, the Mexican government
compels each immigrant to pass a strict
medical examination.. .The : German
steamer Daphne, which left Salina Cruz
November 25 in company with the New
port, had been detained there for 40
days. A number of the. Daphne's coolie
passengers were found to be' suffering
from trachoma. They were refused
landing and the Daphne was compelled
to remain in port, pending the settle
ment of a test case brought in Mexico
City. During the wait the stricken
coolies were given medical . treatment:
Some who were pronounced " cured were
allowed to land,- ,but the Daphne car
ried away most of the rejected Jap
The Newport brought 700' tons of
cargo and treasure. ..valued at • $63,700.
; The passengers included: -
Mrs. Heo Quay le, Mrs. Martha Leavitt,
Robert Deneger, August Esse," Frank
de Langton, John W.iNichol; MissjO. S.
Unger, Angela E. Aranso,;Emll-,P. Dar
gin, Emll Martins, Mrs. George F. Mo
reno,'Chester Moreno,' George Del Toro
and Miss M. Le Costa. ; , \u25a0:. - /.-
Fear of Collision Scared Him
Benny Scribner, steward of the; pilot
boat America, is noted jfor his indiffer
ence to danger,' anielement; with which
he has had frequent intimateyacquaint
ance during the years that " he : has * ad
ministered to the I healthy appetites l of
the bar pilots. Whenthe America'came
to grief In the breakirig ; bar on Wednes*-'
day_ evening Captain Jordan, afteriget
ting the "wreckage; straightened 'and
secured jumped below" to : see . how Ben
ny had fared .while. the': schooner • was
standing on v its head. -> He : found I the
smiling oriental, his . ; back . to a stanch
ion, his feet ' jammed" against' a .bulk
head, smoking his pipe .and; quietly
playing solitaire with: the deck of; cards
that , Captain Miller,: gave him. Next
morning, however,. the British shipßol
tallach nearly ran ; the fpilot ; boat down:
The ; big : _ windjammer imlssed 7: the "dis
abled schooner by but' a : few i feet." Ben
ny was on'deck when he, saw the ship
bearing down on "the. pilot; boat. '. He
went below/ In a hurry and returned, in
a few seconds with? his: pipe,- a package
of tobacco, four 1 loaves of -breadT; and
his dog, all ' ready., to v. abandon ; ship;
The prompt \u25a0 of X thei' Foltal
lach's yards saved the pilot boat" and
Benny . went -back to his work. 1 . '-:\u25a0
'. , Officers and Crew Exonerated
The oflicersatid'crew: of .the steamer
President, \u25a0 from whose decksithree;chil
dren were .h. swept .: overboard -;-,; and
drowned while en_ routed from Victoria?
B. ; C, to San : Francisco-, on November
Weather Report
United • States department -\u25a0 of \u25a0 agriculture-
Weather Bureau. San Francisco, Dec. 6, 1907.
RAINFALL DATA \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0
Pasf Seasonal
Stations 24 hrs. to date. Normal.
Eureka... .... 11.07
Red Bluff .....0.28 . 1.77 6.33
Sacramento ..0.40 1.6S 4.23
Mt. Tamalpais .....0.43 2.94 4. 85
San Francisco ...;. , 0.2S 1.90 4.7 a
San Jose ........... 0.2S 1.49 4.72
Fresno Tr. 1.22 2.27
Independence ...... 0.00 2.12 '2.20
. San Luis Oblspo .... 0.20 8.96 3.83
Los Angeles- .:..... Tr. 1.19 2.66
San Diego 0.00 1.78 1.63
STATIONS 1 H H : .. f |Z
. s e'.a-'e '.a-' •: .-?, - f
-" .•. • . •\u25a0 • -o V • \u25a0.• - . ;
Baker .... 29.88 42 32 SB Cloudy TrT
Flagstaff .....30.12 48 22 NW Clear .00
Fresno ....... 29..90 62 52 SB Rain Tr.
Independence .29.82 53 34 S Cloudy .00
Kalispell 29.72 42 32 E Cloudy .00
Los Angeles -.30.08 66 48 S Cloudy Tr.
Mt. Tamalpais.29.74 50 43 •SW Ratn .42
North Head ..29.52 48 42 B Cloudy .02
Phoenix ......30.06 70 46 E Clear .00
Pocatello .....29.92 44 24 SE Pt.Cldy .00
Pt. Reyes Lt..29.6S 56 51 S Cloudy .28
Portland 29.52 46 42 NW Rain .14
Red Bluff ....29.66 56 46 SE Cloudy .28
Reno .29.78 54 34 W Rain .20
Roseburg .....29.46 46 38 NW Rain .04
Sacramento ...29.7? 58 48 SE Rain .40
San Diego 30.08 *6S 50 W Pt.ady .00
Sin Francisco.29.7B 59 62 SW Rain .23
San Jose .....29.84 60 .. SE Rain .28
S. Luis 0b15p0. 29. 96 6S 52 S Rain .18
S. E. Fara110n.29.74 58 50 S Cloudy .44
Seattle .......29.58 46 40 NE Rain '.01
5p0kane ...... .29.70 42 S2 NE Cloudy .00
•Summit ......... 33 31 S Snow .20
Tatoosh 29.54 46 40 E Cloudy .08
Tonopah 29.94 44.32 SB Pt.Cldy .00
Walla ........29.64 52 38 S Rain .01
Wlnnemucca . .29.80 46 28 SW Rain Tr.
Yuma ........30.02 74 40- SE Clear .00
•ATerage enow on ground 8 inches. .
The pressure continues to fall over the north
ern coast and high winds are expected along
the California coast north of San Francisco. At
Point Reyes a maximum wind .velocity of 72
miles from the south is reported; at. the Faral.
lones, 62, . from the south, and San Jose, SS,
southeast. Rain has fallen from Los Angeles
northward, although not very heavy in the south.
Snow is falling in the Sierras. Unsettled weather
will probably continue In California Saturday,
and possibly Sunday. •
San- Francisco and Vicinity — Cloudy unsettled
weather with showers; brisk south .wind.
-Santa Clara valley — Rain Saturday; fresh south
. Sacramento valley — Rain Saturday;. fresh south
wind. ' . .:
San \u25a0 Joaquin Talley — Rain Saturday ; I - fresh
south wind. 1 . - • .
Los Angeles and vicinity— Probably rain Satur
day; fresh south wind. • . ; .".4..
A. ;G,. McADIE, District Forecaster. \u25a0
22, were exonerated from all blame for
the accident by the inspectors of hulls
and boilers yesterday. The evidence
showed that the . three children had
been warned against playing on the
deck and were told to • remain 7in the
cabin. This ' evidence was corroborated
by a passenger.
Fishermen . Are Missing
: John and Manuel Rogers, brothers
and fishermen,' left here November 28
for Santa Cruz in a double ended fish
ing boat equipped with a five horse
power engine.. They have not reached
their destination arid as ' nothing, has
been heard of them it is feared that
they have been drowned. ' ."
Schooner 1» Libeled
A suit to recover : $1,340 was 'filed by
the^ firm ;of Notley Bros.: of; San Fran
cisco \u25a0: against the steam schooner. Gua
lalain the United States district court
yesterday. ; Tha , libelants allege in
their petition that the schooner lost a
portion of a cargo of tan bark con
signed to them last "August' while en
route from Shelter Cove to San Fran
cisco. • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
German Sailor Deported
Carl Berg, first mate of the German
steamer Tolosan, who deserted, from
that steamer . and entered the United
States in violation of th* immigration
laws, was sent back to vermany yes
terday by the immlgratf 3n oflSclals.
Water Front . Notes
The liner. Persia. Captain Dixon,
cleared yesterday and will sail -this
morning for Portland to load for Hong
kong.. At Hongkong \u25a0 the '; Persia, .will
be laid up for a thorough overhauling.
The : British j bark / Lord Templetown
arrived yesterday, 176 days from . Syd
ney, with 2,840 tons; of coke.
The British steamer Cacique, which
went ashore at Lobitos, -, has been float
ed. Divers have been engaged to ex
amine the hull.
The Oceanic steamship company's
liner Alameda will sail at 11 o'clock
this morning for. Honolulu with a large
number of passengers. .-\u25a0 Ws§
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
SAN PEDRO, ' Dec". 6.— The steam schooner
Hoquiam, Captain Relnertsen, arrived here today
six days \u25a0 from Gray* Harbor 1 via San > Francisco
with 675.000 1 feet of - lumber. Of this 375,000
feet Is consigned to the E. X.'-Wood lumber com
pany and 800,000 feet for 'wholesalers at" Port
Los i Angeles. : The • steam . schooner Nome City,
Captain Hansen, finished discharging grain end
cleared today for Portland to load lumber; taking
many passengers for Ban ; Francisco. . . After hav
ing discharged ; part of a lumber cargo at Santa
Barbara, the steam • schooner \u25a0- Chehalls,- Captain
Kittleson, i arrived here j from Grays Harbor with
300,000 1 feet of lumber for . the San Pedro '\u25a0 lum
ber company. . By working overtime the CUeha Us
was able 'to discharge ; - the \u25a0 cargo and cleared
tonight for -. Grays Harbor -Ma. San Francisco . to
reload. "The steam \u25a0 schooner ; James . S, -. H iggttis,
Captain Eliason, discharged. 7o,ooo feet of -lumber
for ; the Whiting . lumber v company and • cleared
for San Diego," where: part of the cargo is - to
be • unloaded^-; The Higglns - will return ' to : this
port tomorrow :: to discharge 160,000 -feet of
lumber \u25a0 for the ' Bllno :•\u25a0 and \u25a0\u25a0 San Pedro lumber
companies.-'- The barkentine s J.- ; M. Griffith has
completed discharging a. large lumber cargo here
and will i sail .- in ü ballast for* Columbia river fi.%
soon as a' full crew, can be secured. The steam
schooner - Westerner, r. Captain i Andreseen, ; will
finish' dlsehargmg. lumber tomorrow and -will
sail . tomorrow - evening - for * Grays -: Harbor via
San \u25a0 Francisco \to reload; The • steam • schooner
Santa;,, Barbara,' Captain " Zaddart. arrived ; this
morning s from \u25a0 Oly mpia - via San - Francisco with
passengers and a - cargo of * lumber. : The } steam
schooner .; Coaster, ; Captain Higglns,- cleared yes
terday i from Hoquiam carrying a cargo of lum
ber for .: wholesalers here. The schooner r A.'.: M.
Baxter, : at JBellingham, - has \u25a0 been ? chartered \u25a0» to
load, lumber "for Redondo. The schooner;Baln
bridge.iat'Port Townsend,* has been chartered to
load . lumber ; f or : San? Pedro. ; Tlie schooner Fred
E." Saunders," Captain Ekrem, completed discharg
ing lumber at. Redondo and has sailed; in ballast
for . Grays : Harbor -.to! reload. The - steamship
Thomas L. \ Wand; ; Captain Petersoni finished
discharging a ; lumber t cargo •at < the Salt Lake
wharf :\u25a0 and ". cleared - f or j G ray • Harbor \u25a0> via . San
Francisco ~i to ' reload. -The ; big • steam ' schooner
Hyades, Captain - Alwin, ;is scheduled , to clear
Sunday for .Redondo, i where the remainder of -its
lumber • cargo ; will - be . ; discharged. -; Tha : schooner
North-; Bend,. Captain ;. Jackson, ; has completed
discharging '\u25a0\u25a0 a•' lumber '\u25a0 cargo ; and \u25a0 will ', sail in
ballast for North \u25a0 Bend %as \u25a0 soon - en \u25a0a : crew •' can
be f obtained. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'- The ? government \u25a0; launch >\u25a0(\u25a0 Pedrlto
coUided ' wita v the I Catalina > Island - steamer \u25a0 Her
mosa. today:, and t was damaged. Everett Tref
a then, \u25a0 master . of i the : launch, > was . thrown over
board and had 'a rib broken.' The launch Edith,
tied up . to a' plla driver owned by ' the \u25a0 Salt ; Lake
railroad. ' pulled the driver overboard off a. wharf;
and - in : f allitw the pile driver, struck the launch
Bulldog." which, was, «uuk.- ..-..//;.. .
i • PORTLAND,^; Dec.-J, 6, -rTowfd. about unmerci
fully: by i tremendous 'seat ?and; lashed ' by \u25a0 furious
gales " for 10 days off , the - mouth •of 1 th« Columbia
river ; - was ' the « experience -of n th« , British r ship
BuceJf ucb, . which f arrive* \u25a0; here '• today, 168 • days
from ' Hamburg. >.; The 'American , bark • Henry >Vll
lard = arrived ; this morning » with >- » - cargo ! of r coal
from 'q Newcastle,^ Au»."; .'- The . larger -part • of i the
cargo s was discharged \u25a0 at "; Astoria, v. The - steamtr
Roanoke s left,- this < evening r for I San : Pedro ; and
way ports. r. The, Amorlcan ship: Acme was hauled
out \u25a0 in-- the ; stream yesterday, - but* will \be l taken
to : dirdook \u25a0 for repairs tas »«en - a« : room \u25a0 can • be
« t eared. -. Ta« ; orieatal \u25a0 liner - Kumastla \u25a0 U load-
Movements at Steamer*
= :— TO ARBIVB \u0084•-..-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--.-• \u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0•'. " '
From; \u25a0•".-"' | -;;-\u25a0\u25a0 Steamer J * One
Wlllapa Harbor /...'... 'j " B.* Stetson;.. Dee. T
Coqullle.:, River Elizabeth ...... Dec 1
Bellinsham '-* : ; . . .'. ; .-. .-. Tallac -.;..'...;. Dec. ' 7
Grays Harbor Santa Monica .. Dec. 1
Grays ; Harbor i ... .v. .-. Coronado - . . . . . . Dins. 7
Seattle -; : w; .'..'.. ...... Istrla" .t.v.'...~. Dee. 1 7
Hnmboldt ;........;.. North Fork .... Dee. 7
Salina . Crnz .;. ;. ... . . Missouri ....... Dec. 7
San Pedro-.......;;... T.L. Wand.... Dei. 7
Honolulu: & - Kabulnl.. Nevadan . .';. v. Dec. 7
Crescent' City ~. ." Del Norte .... Dec, 7
I Coos 8ay , . . ..;.... . . . . M. F. Plantr- . Dec. 7
Portland ,"& Astoria.. . . Caseo ... .... ... Dee. 7
San Pedro :....\u25a0....... Centralia ...... Dec. 7
San Pedro - F.-A. Kilbnrn.. Dec. 7
San Pedro ............ G. W. Elder. . . Dec 7
San Pedro .».:. ....... Xome- City .... Dec 8
Mendocino &., Pt. - Arena Sea Foam ... . . Dec. 8
Seattle & Belllnithain.-. Rainier ........ D*c. 8
Humboldt ....... Eureka D*?. 8
Seattle ....... Eureka Dec. 0
San Pedro Tamal Dais ..... Dec 9
Seattle ...:............ SeraDls ........ Dtc. 9
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay ;...': Dec. 8
Humboldt ............ City of Topeka. Dec -9
Puset Sound -\u25a0 Ports .". : . President ...... Dec. 9
San Diego & W-ay Ports Queen . . ... . . .' . Dec. 9
Portland & Astoria... . Northland, .....Deo. 10
Portland & Astoria Hanalel ....... Dec. 10
Portland & Way Ports . Roanok* Deo. 1 0
Seattle & Tacoma..... Watson ..." Dec. JO
! Portland & Astoria.... Senator D«c 10
Honolulu .......: .. Hllonlan ...... Dec. 11
Humboldt :. South Bay Dec. 12
Humboldt Spokane ....... D<>c 12
j Pt. Arena & Albion.... Porno Dec. 12
I San Diego & Way Port* Santa Rosa ... D-c i|
i China & Japan........ Siberia ... . Dec 13
TO SAIL .\u25a0---
\u25a0 : Destination I ' Steamer I Sails [Pier
December 7—7 —
Seattle & Tacoma. .... Yosemlte ... 4pm 2
Grays Harbor ........ Norwood ... lpm Id
Grays Harbor ......... T. L. Wand. 5 pn> -2
San Pedro & Way Ports Bonlta ' 4 pm U
New York via Ancon.. City- Para... 12 m 42
Los Angeles Ports..;. F. KUburn.-. 4 pm 10
Hamburg & Way Ports Istria . ... . . 12 m 19
Honolulu- ............. Alameda •;.'.. 11 am 7
Seattls & Tacoma Buckman ... I.SOd 20
Portland & Way Ports G. W. Elder I.BOd IS
Grays Harbor ........ Coronado ... 3 pm 10
Point Arena & Albion. Porno ...... 6pm 2
December 8 — . ' \u25a0' \u25a0 „.. ' to
Astoria >& Portland... Nome City 16
Pueet Sound Ports.... Governor; ... 11 am 9
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.. 10 am 11
Astoria & Portland. . . . Costa Rica. . 11 am 24
Humboldt, ............ Spokane ... 10.80 a 8
December 9— .. •
Grays Harbor ........ Centralia... Bpm 10
Los Aneeles Porta.-... Samoa ...... 10 am 2
Grays Harbor ..;....;. Tamalpals .. 2pm 2
Coos Bay M. F. Plant 3pm 8
Humboldt North Fork.. 5 pm £0
December 10 — "
Grays Harbor. ..".. S. Monica... 3pm 2
Coqullle River ....... Elixabeth
I Los Anpeles Ports.... Roanoke ... 5 Dm 13
! Seattle & Bellingham. . Tallac 3 urn 10
I Hfeabol'dt ...Eureka .... 9am 13
I China ft Japan........ Korea ...... lpm 42
Honolulu via HU0..... Enterprise . 10 am 10
Honolulu & Kahulul... Nevadan ... .... 23
December 11 — vf .i'i'l'
Humboldt City Topeka 10.30 a 9
Mendoeino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 2
Hamburg & Way Ports Serapls .... 12 in 19
December . IS I -
Mexican Ports ........ Curacao .... 10 am 11
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay . . 4pm 11
Seattle & Bellincham.. Rainier .... 4 pm 10
San Diego & Way Ports Queen . v .. 10 am U"
December • IS—
Grays Harbor ........ J. B. Stetson
Pujtet Sound Ports.... President .. 11 wa 9
• December 14 — j>'--
Seattle & Tacoma...". . Watson .... 1.30 d2O
Astoria & Portland.... Senator .;.; 11 am! 21
Astoria: & Portland.... Northland .. 5 pml 2
Humboldt'... ....ISouth Bay.. scm 2
Portland & Way Ports. i ßoanoke . ... 1 pml 13
Destination | Steamer - | Date
Valdez &" Seward. ..... Saratoga ...... Dec. 8
I Valdes & Seward. . . . . . Bertha ........ Dec. 10
I Valdez &\u25a0 Seward. . .... Santa Clara ... Dec J8
Valdez-A Way Ports. . Portland ...... Dae^ 20
Son and Tide
United States Coast and Geodetic Snrrey — Time
' and Heights of Tides at tort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf) add 23 minutes.
Saa rises .... .....7;l2lSan gets ......... .4:50
, ITimel ITlmel Tlmel ' ITime
Decf 1 Ft I [Ft Ft | 1 Ft
\u25a0IH Wl jL ,wr , HWt |L W
-7.. 1:46 5.1 6:10 8.2 11:58 5.8 7:10—1.2
8.. 2:42 5.1 7:05 3.3 12:42 5.6 8:00—1.0
9.. 8:40 I 5.2 8:06 3.3 1:44 5.2 5:52 — 0.0
10.. 4:30 5.3 9:18 8.3 2:54 4.9 9:46 —0.1
11.. 5:20 5.3 10:40 2.9 4:20 ,4.4 10:40 0.5
12.. 6:05 5.3 12:00 2.4 5:50 4.1 11:40 1.0
Time Ball
United States Branch Hydrographlc Office, Mer
chants' Exchange. San Francisco. December
, 6, 190 T.
The time ball on the tower of the Ferry bnild-
Ing was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific
Standard. Time (120 th Meridian), or at Bh. 00m.
00s.*. Greenwich Mean Time. • • \u0084
- \u25a0 , Lieutenant, U. S. N., In charge.
V. SI Branch Hy drosraphlc ; Office
A branch of the United States. Hydrographlc
Office, located at the Merchants' Exchange, is
niaintaincd la San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners,- without regard .to* nationality and fre*
of expense. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit . ti*e : office, " where complete sets of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand,- for comparison and reference, and the lat
est Information can • always be obtained regard-"
ing lights, dangers to navigation and all matters
of' lnterest to ocean commerce. >
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in charge.
Ing flour at the mills. It Is expected to sail
Sunday. The steamer F. \u25a0. B." Jones has been
hauled .: into : the - yards of the Portland ship
building company for . repairs. Captain Thomson
of. the British ship Claverdon returned yesterday
from a visit to Puget- sound.
ASTORIA, Dec. 6.— The oil tank steamer
Asuncion,- Captain Bridgett, arrived here today
from Port Harford with a cargo of crude oil.
The Spanish steamer Minerva • arrived today
from Valparaiso. •\u25a0 The . schooner Salvator left
today for \u25a0 San .. Francisco with 530.000 - feet of
lumber. The Mrkentine C." ;\u25a0 T. " Crocker sailed
today for San Francisco with 1.000.000 feet rf
lumber. The steamer Casco. Captain Uplln, left
today . for San • Francisco - with 600,000 feet \u25a0of
lumber. .. The British steamer Auchencralg sailed
today \u25a0 for Europe ; with \u25a0a ' cargo of grain. \u25a0 A
telegram was received - at : the custom house
this morning from thy department of commerce
and labor at - Wasßinston saying -tbat the flue
of $500 Imposed by -Collector Carnaban on Cap
tain *Y. Nedelec, master of \u25a0 the . French bark
Marecbal de > : Turenne, for failure to bring a
manifest ion its arrival •on November 4 from
London, via Cherbourg, had been remitted. It
appeared that the manifest was taken .up by
the customs anthority" at. Hobart and later for
warded by mail to the vessel's agents, and It In
supposed that the department did not consider
that Captain Nedelec was to blame for the Jere
! Army Transports
Tha:Burnslde la at Seattle.
- The ' Buford left Honolulu ' November 20 for
Manila. ; • :\u25a0; -
:. The * Crook called • Norember 20 from Honolnln
for \u25a0 Manila. : -^
; The Kllpatrlck la at Newport News, Va.
; The Dlx arrlred at Seattle Jforember 20 from
Manila. \u25a0 • • . \u25a0 '.
The'Logaa la in ; port, undergoing repairs.
;•'\u25a0 The Meade is at Newport »New«, -V». -
r \ . The Ingalla is at Newport News. Va.
: Tbe " Sherman,- bomeward .bound, arrtTfd De
cember 6- at Honolulu. ; . \u25a0 .
; \u0084 The " Sheridan ;- is at Mare Island, undergolne
repairs. : , - . N '
The Warren arrlred September 14 at Manlla. :
j \u25a0 The Thomas sailed December 5 * for \u25a0 Manila. '
- - :,The Overdue Lint :
British V bark \u25a0 Bessfield. ont-166 days from
Adelaide, , for Falmonth, \u25a0. 10 per ; «ent. \u25a0\u25a0 -
- American • ship ; Arthur.: Sewalli/out 245 . days
from 1 Philadelphia, for Seattle, 88 per: cent.
American c ship Adolph Obrig, ont ; ~ 241 day*
r from' New: York,; for San Francisco,"' 63 per cent.
If Old Soreswere due to outside influences, or if the cause was confined
sWctly to the diseased flesh ; around the ulcer, then external treatment and
simple cleanliness^ wbuldcufe themV : But the trouble is in the blood, \rhich
has be^me unhealthy" and' diseased, and keeps the sore open by continually'
discharging into it the impurities and poisons *wiUi xvhich the circulation is]'
filled. This ipoisonbus^conditioii of the .blqodijnay.be the remains of sorsej
constitutional . trouble V: the^ effect of a long spell of sickness; or because the?.,
1 natural refuse of the body, ,3tvhich"sli6uld pass off through the proper avenues, j
ihaSibeen left in the system and absorbed into the blood. Again, the cause;
; may be hereditary. ; but it does notmatter how the poison becoaes intrenched !
f in the blood,* the fact that the sore vnll hot heal isevidcuceof a deep underly- -
[ing cause. % Salves, washes,' lotions* etc;, may. cause { the place \u25a0to scab over
'.-•;-, temporarily ,% but the ;. blood is not made any
S ; i^i^i it^^l ~ P? re ? \u25a0 such .treatment, 1 "aiid soon the old
'nlsfiv' inflammation and discharge will return and:
. \u25a0.'• fc/jj^ |I!/_i^ c Sore c Da d' or worse than before. ;
Q §^^@ :*S.' S. S. goes down to the very bottom of the^
Diiori !v^ : " if crt-rAbi n trouble, cleanses and purifies the blood, and!
run&LY Vtbt l AdLL malifs a pennanent'eure;/ S/S.fS: enriches '
f .- ....':.. '"'-' '.''. ' \ atl d freshens the'circulation so that instead of!
i-^, scliar &inS UQ^ealthy. matter, into the place, it carries rich,- tissue-building, -
flesh-healing lJlbod to the diseased parts and in every way assists in a natural r
.cure rbf the soraL/, Book on /Sores. and iUlcers^ an^d any medical ftdvicafrsa to
all who write. - ' Ttt:^
- British - ship « Lauritton, oat -170 * day* - from
Tumby bay, for Falmouth, 10 per cent.
- . British ship Alvarita, out 125 daya from Dela
goa bay, for Hongkong, 10 per cent.
- German bark Yydilla. out 219. days from San
Juan del Sur. for Falmouth. 10 per cent.
Italian ship Pollagrina O, • out 123 days from
ft ewcastle, Aus., for Antof a^aata, SO - per cent.
- * Tonnage . Engagements .
Iv T? c following charters were announced yes-
i terday:
-V Grain— French ship Andre Theodore, wheat
from Jiere to Europe at 22s 6.1; or barley at 23s
9d, with option of Portland loading at 80s;
British ship GlenelTan. at Portland, wheat
thence to Enrop«; British bark Largo Bay. at
Portland, same baslnesa and royage at 83s M;
French bark Sully, at Portland, same at 27s 6d.
All four were chartered prior to arriTai.
Lumber— British bark Lord Templetown. frocs
Eureka to Syndney at 30s. with option of Mel
bourne at 37s 6d. chartewd prior to arriTai;'
schooner S. T. Alexander, on Pujet sound, thenc«
to ManzaaOlo.
A Cargo for Hawaii
- The schooner H. C. Wright was cleared far
Mahukona yesterday with cargo valued at $3,420
and including the following: 250 bbls flour,
1.811 ctls barley, 106 . ctls wheat, 34,397 Ib 3
bran, 10,988 lbs middlings, 2.222 lbs bread, 25
cs canned goods. J5 pkga groceries and prori
sions, 10 cs 23 bbls and 6 half bbls salmon, 8
pkgs agricultural implements. 7 cs boots and
shoes, 225 cs coal oil. 110 gals gasoline, 40 bbls
lime. 6 bbls oil, 200 Mis shingles, 3 pcs steel.
14 pkgs saddlery and harness, 24 pkgs wagon
Friday, December 6.
Stmr Korth "Fork, Nelson, 35 hours from Eu
Stmr Rival, Bendlxsea. SO hours from. Eu
Stmr Bonlta. Carey, 12 hours from Monterey.
Stmr Tallac, Hanseo. 188 hours from Bellln;
Jap etmr America Manx, Going, 27 days from
Hongkong, rla Yokohama IS days, via Honolulu
8 days. -
Stmr Francis H. Leggstt. Belner. 82 hours
from San Pedro.
Stmr Alcatraz, Frederlckson. S3 • hours frost
San Pedro.
Stmr National City, Higglns. 18 hours from
Fort Bragg, bound south; put In for fuel.
- Stmr Wblttler, Seaman, 30 boors from Port
San Luis.
' Stmr Fair Oaks, Peterson, 6*3 days from
Grays Harbor, bound south; put in for fuel.
Stmr Spokane, Swaoaoo, 20 boors from Eu
Stmr Norwood. Martin, 24 hours from Santa
Br bark Lord Templetown, Reid, 73 days from
Schr Gotama. Hansen, 9 days from Tlllasiook.
Tug Navigator, Berr 28 hours from Gavlota.
' Friday, December 6."
Schr Monterey, Anderson, hence this a. m.,
returned on account of strong southwest wind. I
Friday, December 8.
Br ttmr Valdlria, Reid, Portland; J. J. Moore
& Co. -
Stmr Santa . Rosa, Alexander, Sao Diego; Pa
cific Coast steamship company.
Br stmr Persia, Dlxon, Hongkong. Tia Port
land; Occidental and Oriental steamship com
pany. • . , . .
Sehr H. O. 'Wright, Nielaon. Mahukona;
Charles Nelson company.
\u25a0 Friday, December 8.
- Stmr Nararro, : Hoffman. Crescent City.
Stmr National City, Hijrgins. San Pedro.
. Stmr Yellowstone, Rorrik, Astoria.
Stmr Washington. Nason, Portland.
Schr Monterey, Anderson. Monterey, - in tow
tug Defiance.
„ Oct 81— Lat 22 deg S* long 40 deg W, Br
ship Arctic Stream, from Rotterdam, for Oregon.
POINT LOBOS, Dec 6, 10 p. m leather,
foggy; wind, southeast; Telocity, 34 miles per
hour. :
COOS BAY— Sailed Dec ft— Schr Beul*b, for
San Francisco.
Arrived Dec s—Stmr5 — Stmr M. F. Plant, hence Dec
3. Dec B—Schr8 — Schr Virginia, hence Not 21; bktn
Araco, from San Pedro. \u25a0-\u25a0..:•\u25a0•
WRANGEL— SaiIed Dec «— Stmr Humboldt.
for Skagway.
SEWARD — Sailed Dec 6 — Stmr Santa Clara,
for Seattle.
JUNEAU— SaiIed Dec s— Stmr City of. Seattle,
for. Skagway. : : —
BANDON— Sailed Dec «— Stmr Elizabeth, for
San Francisco.
' Sailed Dec 6— Stmr Bandon, stmr Elizabeth,
power schr VTsshcalcrc.- schr C* T. HUi. for Saa
Francisco. \u25a0- -1 -* \u25a0 «'-*« '-* -• - .• * • ; . -
. PORT TOWNSEND— Passed Inward Dec 6— z.
Schr Halcyon, hence ' Not 18, for Mukllteo: Nor
stmr Jethou. hence Dec 2; Ft stmr Amlral
Exelmans, hence Not 29, Tla Victoria, for Seat
SAN PEDRO— ArriTed Dec 6— Stmr Chehalis,
from Santa Barbara. ,
Arrived Dec 6 — Stmr Hoquiam, from Ho
quiam; stmr Santa Barbara, hence Dec 4.
Sailed Dec B— Stmr Chehalis, : for San Fran
cisco. • .
, TATOOSH— Passed in Dec s— Bktn Archer.
hence Not 28, for Roche harbor. Dec B—Br8 — Br
stmr Fltzclarence. hence Dec 3.->for Cotaox, BC.
ASTORIA— SaiIed Dee 6— Bkto Charles F.
Crocker, for Redondo; Br stmi Auchencrag, for
United Kingdom \u25ba. .... '. '. .
* Arrived Dec 6— Spanish stmr Minerva, hence
Dec 2; stmr Asuncion. henc« Dec 3;
\u25a0 Outside Dec. 6 — Br bark Castor, from Valpa
raiso. ; \u25a0 . - - - •
Sailed Dec 6 — Stmr Casco, , for San Francisco;
scbr Omega, for 1 San Pedro. -• • \u25a0 \u25a0' :
SEATTLE— Arrived Dec '• 6— Stmr City ox ,
Puebla, hence Dec. 3. ' • - -
Sailed Dec 6— Stmr President, for San Fraa
clseo. :.-•-\u25a0-.
Sailed Dec 6 — Ger star Serapis, for Saa Fraa
clsco. • \u25a0 . '
SAN DlEGO— Arrived Dec 6— Stmr James S.
Hlsgins, from San Pedro.
Sailed Dec 6 — Schr Wawona. for Ballard.
PORT SAN LUlS— ArriTed Dee 6— Stmr Lan
sing, hence Dec 5; stmr Santa Rita, from As
toria; stmr Arcyll. hence Dec 5. ,
GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived Dec s— Schr Sailor*
Boy, hence Not 2S; stmr J. MarhoCer, from Sas
ABERDEEN — Sailed Dec s— Stior Coaster, for
San Francisco; scbr C. A. Thayer, for San
Francisco; itmr Homer, for San Francisco; 1
schr Andy Mahony. for San Pedro.
NEAH — Passed out Dec B—Nor8 — Nor stmr Titanla.
from Oyster harbor, for San Francisco.
SANTA BARBARA— SaiIed Dec 6— Stmr Che
halis, for San Pedro.
Arrived Dec 6 — Stmr Queen, hence Dec 5, and
sailed for San Dleco. .
HONOLULU — Passed Dec 6 — Br stmr Becken- ;
ham," from Bellinsham." for Port Plrie."
VALPARAISO — Arrived _prior D*c 6 — Br stmr
Afghanistan, from New \ortc. etc., Tla Punt a
SYDNEY— Arrived prior Dec B— Br stmr Mlo
wera, from Victoria, B. C, Tla Honolulu and
VICTORIA-^Sailed tDec s—Br.5 — Br . stmr Lonsdale.
for Guaymas. .
Arrived Dec 6 — Br stmr \u25a0 Fltzclarenee. hence!
Dec 3. ' ,
Sailed Dec B—Stmr8 — Stmr President, for San Fran
cisco; Nor stmr Titania. for San Francisco.
ANTWERP — Arrived Dec 4 — Fr bark Eugeole
Fautrel, from Tacoma.
MOJI — Arrived Dec S — Br stmr Wtoaebago,
from Canton.
MORORAN— Arrived Dec 4 — Br stmr Gymeric.
from Seattle. \u25a0
COLON — Sailed Dec 4— Stmr Finance, for New
York. \u25a0 - \u25a0-- \u25a0\u25a0> \u25a0 - i
- SINGAPORE— SaiIed Dec 4— Br stmr St.
Georjre.for New York.
NEWCASTLE, Aus.— Sailed Dec s— Bktn
Amazon, for San Frandseo. - -
SAXTA ROSALIA— ArriTed Dec 4— Schr Car
rier Dove, from Anacortes.
Per etmr Tallae — D«c 3, noon, 70 mllM north
of Cape Blanco, passed stmr Qulnanlt. wttii
stmr CUmnont (new) In tow, from Grays Har
bor," for San Francisco. . Weather pood at time,
bnt cataeon to blow later.
MONTEVIDEO. Dec s—Br5 — Br ship Claa Graham,
from Victoria, for Haire. preTlously reporte«l
here with cargo shifted, lost 20 Mils; Is dH
charglns • between decks to be surrered. To
restow lower hold ttIU probably . cost \u25a0 $2,000.
Craft Tossed 6ri Ocean by 5
jMountainous ..Seas and •
Rushing Currents
Exhausted Marines Picked
Up by Boat and Towed
Into Capitola
SANTA ; - CRUZ. Dec. 6.—^After hav
ing spent seven days and night 3 bat
tling against high seas In an attempt
to land at Monterey, two Portuguesa
fishermen, exhausted, by. their lons
fight, were owed Into Capitola today
in their 25 foot launch. John Raposi.
owner of the boat, and his compan
ion started! from -San Francisco for
Monterey. "When outside th» golden
gate the engine broke down, and the
two men decided to row down tha
coast, each in turn using the oars. •- ;-:
I»i their frail craft they encountered!
mountainous seas and rushing cur
rents and drifted to Moss landing,
near "SVatsonville. It was while try
ing to make a last desperate attempt
to reach Monterey that the present
storm swept them back toward Santa>
Cruz, where they were, picked up by-.,
a passing vessel and towed to" Cap
itola. . The men were almost helpless
from exertion and their store of food! •
was scant. • ' -\u25a0
Plan Is to Handle the Whole f:
Crop of the Pacific
as a Unit
SAXTA ROSA, Dec 6. — Growers repw
resenting 2.500 acres out of a total of
about 4,000 acres of hops grown an
nually In Sonoma county have, . ap- .
proved the organization to be formed
Saturday at Sacramento of the Pacific
Coast hop growers. The object of ,th«
proposed union, as set forth here at tho
meeting of the local growers, la as
First — To secure th» co-operation of Pacific
coast hop growers In dolnir any and all things
which will benefit the Industry.
Second-^To finance all ths hop' growers, so
that they will be able to grow, harrest and
hold their' hops a reasonable time, and be at
the mercy of no dealer, bank or combination.
Third — To annoally export th# surplus.
Fourth— To handle the entira Pacific coast ewj*
as a unit, and thus secure to th» hop grower
an average of at least 20 cents per pound far
his hops.
U The union, through its directors, will ar
range .to advance hop growers up . to a certain
i sum per pound, for growing and harresttnaf
their crop. . As soon as the crop Is harvested
and turned orer to the tir.ioa It will be abso
lutely out of the growers' hands and they will
have nothing to do with It «ther than to recetr»
their pro rat* share of the proceeds as the hops
are sold.
George T. Dunlap Has Failed to Sat-
isfy Judgment Against Him
for $3,190.15 ' ,
. SAX JOSE. Dee. 6. — George T. Dunlap.
mayor of Gilroy. has been ordered by
Superior Judge John T. Richards to ap
pear In court Friday. December 13, and
to bring' with him" all of the books of
the Dunlap realty and produce company.
Will M. Beggs, as attorney for the
Fidelity and Deposit company of Mary
land, the plaintiff In a suit against
Dunlap which was terminated in its
favor In June. 1303. filed an affidavit
and order of examination in the supe
rior court this morning. Beggs swear*
that -his client received a judgment for
$3,190.05. due on the defendant's prom
issory note. The Judgment is still In
effect and unsatisfied, but Dunlap re
fuses to settle.
STOCKTOX. Dec. 6. — It Is reported
here that more than $1,000 In clearing
house certificates and $4,000 In gold
•were either lost or destroyed in a flr#
at Hoi tz . station, eight miles from
Stockton, last night, in \u25a0which the prih-,
cipal part of Chinatown was destroyed^
6. — Rich ball at Wash burn collejit* was destroyed'
by fire itoday, involving a lon of $100,000. • "
LONDON. ' Dec 6 — Br stmr Cacique, previ
ously reported ashore at Lobitos. has - Iw-t*
floated. -Divers employed to examine vessel's*
LONDON. Dec 6^ — Fr bark Eugenic Fiutr*!,
from Taroma, and Gt r stmr Antnnina in col
lision at Antwerp. Fautrel received damagi*.
Extent of Injury, if any. to Antonica not known.
Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Until Cored
The X-Ray used to find the seat o£
the trouble.
We cure under a positive guarantea
all diseases of MEN. VARiCOCELE.
VARICOCEI^E *W—s2l%W — $21%
hydhocei.e j s — 15 •
obstiiuctions . . . .-; . . ; . . 5— 10 •
nehvol's exhaustion.. 8— 10
discharges 5—5 — 1©
BLOOD 1»01*0N1NC».. ...... "1ft — 2!»
Coissi:***"^ 11 "*•»•• Esnjnlnntlmn FREE '
. -. us iuniiirr stkeet
Hoan — 1O A. M. «» 4 I*. 31. asd « t»
7 TP..M. >uu»Jny»— lo.to 12 SI. oolf. -

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