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*~l>s;rs. in.'luding: March. G.7.V: May. 6.SOc; July,
(t.<SO6.9Qr ; ] Septetnbw. ti.Wfoii.OOc; 'October.
«;>.V; Un^mbcr. 0.8*Kg4.90e, >\u25a0«'* quirt; No. 7
Bk». *\f,is\c: Nn. 4 Santos, 9fii9Vsc. Mild
<l'i*^T : Cninrn. !V<i 11*^0.
r.-iUvr-Hti-aAy.
.-b.-fv.— steady and «mrhansed.
Egg*— Casy; western extra, firsts, SSftrrJOc:
tin-is. [email protected]; refiitren-tor. 2r»<ff2Sc.
DRIED FKITITS
KTHporat.nl Apples— Qulot : fancy. 10'iQlK;
01, .;.<>. !ir.!:»i s e: i>rini<\ 76>7'io; common to fair.
J'runPK— Firm: raiifornta up to Sft-JOs, 2%@
'\u25a0",<\u25a0: <»tv;::ms. <Ifo!)c.
A|ivi.-..is--Kinu: rtioir*. ll*i<ni">;c; extra
« lioicv li'i«iU'Jio: fancy, 12'J <f I13 1-i«"
>\u25a0«,-,-ins — linn: choice, C s i(<i7r; extra choice,
'fa7'?r: taiu-j-. Be.
Itnislm. — I'nßetMed: loose muscatel. 4(<?."i=4c;
*-1,0,rf to ffltioy ... .-. ;...!. UliiflVc; seedless, 3*ifi
•»'»'\u25a0; London layers. |[email protected]
flilcßco Dairy Produce Market
''\u25a0 CHICAGO. Jan. 25.— Butter easy: creameries,
Is^:iitc; dairies. 24(£2!»0. Eggs weak: at murk.
• \u25a0esps li:«*iu(icd, 21Vifet27 1 i< > : receipts. 2.855 cases:
firsts, 31c: prime first*. :C<\ Cheese steady:
<*sisi»>», 17' 4<-;4 <-; iwlns. Itt :l i«iI7o: Yonng Amerl
««s, 16'i«iK^c; long horns. lG>i&l6 s *c.
l,o« AngrlM Mnrkets
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Jan. 25. — Ranch candled and
\u2666\u25a0iktra selected eggs declined lc a dozen on the
produr* fxchaiise this morning. The former are
now :{.V .- dozen end the latter 37c Heavy re
"VijKs catißfd the decline. All produce wag In
t»«od deiii»n<l.
Uet^ipts of pmducr Jn Ix>s Angeles today were:
Kpp>;. UiS oases; Imtter, 28,274 i»omid£: cheese.
60 pimndt: potato*"*. :>.077 sacks: onions, IJHI
i-ark*; b<>anf. 4C«i sacks; sweet potatoes, 110
ss<-k«: Kjipie^. 4(:3 box* I*.1 *.
Ucrf i|wr doron* — Extra select. *J7c; local
r.-irxii. can'iled, flrsls, .'i.V'; ctmp count. •"2H 1< ";
M.irage pa«tr<s. oxtras. 2^c; storage packed, sec
\u25a0ir<"s. -Jfir.
Butter (per 2 lb roll> — Creamery, extra. 77'«e:
rrrßmory, firsts. <J7'»c: eHstern creamery, extras,
fi" l^" 1 ; cooking butter. 2('.c per In. •
Cbwae ipr Itit — Northern fresh. 20c: eastern
Elnglea. I9i*{2Qc: eastern twins. 2<)6i2lc: eastern
eh»»<Jdar*. 20*^21e- eastern longhorn. 21c: east
ern <!nifv. iM^tilc; Swiss, imported 2<V; llm-
Inirjrer. irtfa :!!<-: imported Edam, [email protected], case of
12: Oregon daisr, ilr.
Bea&s 'P 1 " 1 ' etli— No. 1 pink $5(^5.23; No. 1
"!mas. $'.-30(g4..->0; Lady Washington. $4.256t
•J.Vi; sii!».li whitos, fri.4Ofri.Vso; blackeyes. $4.75;
(".•ri-nir.BP, M-90: lentils. J7.
P<'t«r<N>* iper ctil — fialinas. -Jl.fijfitl.".*: high
3*n«is. Fl.Xfm*L2s: Lompo.-. |I.QSQ*L7S: Watson
\u25a0*»!«», f1.."H'5?1.«5: Oregon. t*USOG*UOO; sweet
1.-vstoos. ja.sO: Oregon ' early rose. $2; white
rate. .«i.75«j1.i*...
Mlr*fEl.liAXEOlS .MARKETS
Cotton Market —
NEW YORK. Jan. 25. — Hutton"s wire says:
"Thf- Liverpool market was ijulte firm, and on
ifcp cable there was a firm local opening, with
!>r;re« sh<vw*i<g g g"oil advance. The market
hrokt" rjiiirkly, however, and «'«\u25a0 weak and un
t-rtiinl ell the nmrning, prices down 10
d««v low lerels f->r ttie present reaction. The
<Wline who largely Influenced by the weaknef*
1n Wall ftreet and tbe selling by Wall street in
t"-psts as a rrsult of .the demoralizM condition
the itryk market. The reports from tfce -south
«»r" ;. c> "M of <ju!et but firm markets In spot
ontton. with an alienee »f pressure on the mar
lift iiiid » lar-k of vrilltnitness on tbe part of the
••ntinrry inter^ni to sell cotton at prevailinc
pr!<v»s. TliTe Is very little doing, however, as
•ifl'prs' t!pw« and buverK* riewß are too far
apun.
"Citton spinnTK havo adjusted their business
lx» the short 'ron. and witli a «^>mrrtrtaM<- world's
ft<v-k r>n imprnant gflTunr* may l>e eipw-ted.
•Witla prolirt.le liquidation still to follow, no
ni.-ir.Mitned upwnrd movement can be looked for."
Rpot closiv: «jHlet. \u25a0 Middling uplands, 14.35 c;
initialing Kiilf. 14.60 c; no pales.
COTTON FUTURES
Option— Open." High. Low. Close.
.'smisrr 14.00 c 14.21' c 13.97 c 14.21<«
Febrnarj 14.1?.;
*!nrrh 14.25 c 14. 25 c 13.SK)c 14.15 C
April 14.21 c
Western Pacific
Railway
irst Mortgage D S
in d*comin»:ion of
$100 and $1000
E. H. ROLLINS & SONS
;rst natioxu. bank bloc. security blds.
San frak3sco los angeles
Buy Premier
Tv.-o stringr. 15 of tools are now at
work and lt is proposed to Increase
to four f-trinjrs. With the latter
number the entire 40 wells would
br completed within three years,
and with only the present average
production per well, 40 wells would
givf» a net yearly production of
1.700.000 barrels, worth at present
prices $1.071.000 — over. 100 per cent
per 3-e;ir on the entire capitaliza-
tion. Buy Premier while the price
i.« low.
Lincoln Mortgage and Loan Company
14lh Floor. J6tt Geary St.,
Snn FriDrinen, Cal.
Kew Tcrk, Chicago, Oakland. Lot An?»lea.
The Wall St. Authority
on New York, Boston
and San Francisco
Mining Stocks
WEEKLY 8 PAGES $2.00 PER YFAH
SAMPLE COPY ON BEQUEST
MINING SHARE NEWS BUREAU, Publisher
No. 40 New Street, New York
For sale at all sews stands, S ets. the copy.
Oil THE BROWN GOLD
E&- OF CALIFORNIA
Producing more wealth tban all 11s mines.
A im.uf.-! iuv«-y*n:<T.* may make you Inde-
pendent for life. Send coupon and get posted.
COALUIGA CRUDE OIL CO.
£01 First Kitional Bask Building,
San Francisco, CaL
Please srnd latest issue of the oil maga-
zine. ••S*<rorltiee." and full information about
your now company, all this wltnout any ob-
ligation on my part.
A I'll! I- 1
d-A-20
E. MUTTONS CO.
i'.H) California SU Tel. Douglas 2487
SI. Franc!* Hotel Tel. Donelaa 3982
Members of New York Stock Exchange
Pioneer House
Private Wire to Chicago and
Svw York
U. E. MULCAHEV, Manager .
PRIVATE WIKE, CHICAGO. KEW YOEK.
WESTEEH XrjflON CODE.
»J. C >VIL,SOIS
MEXBEE
KXW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE,
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE, SAN
FRANCISCO.
Main Office Branch Office-"
/ KILLS BLDG., S. F. PALACE HOTEL
Correspondents (Main Corridor)
HARRIS. wINTHROP ""San Fran<-l»co. - »
& CO., SOTEL ALEXANDRIA
Pine tit.. New York I»s Angeles
3 Hookery. Chicago HOTEL DEL CORO-
ITII Stout Street, - NADO. : .- f
D-aiTcr. Colo., • Cororado Beach.
May 14..*ttc 14.57 C 14.01 c 14.29.-
June ........ 14.23 c 14.2»c «T4.23c 14.2!>c
July 14. .We 14.. '15 c 14.00 c 14.2K:
August 14.00 c 14.00 c I.S.7SC 13.9-ie
S»-pternl)er ... 13.05 c 15. 05 c 12.82 c 12.WV
October 12.G4c 12.«4e 12.41 c 12. .Vie-
November :..12.4.V 12.45 c 12.45 c 12.3X0
December 12.45 c 12.40 c 12.20 c 12.10 c
Don* on Wool Uarki'l
BOSTON. Jan. 2.V— Thore is a slight increase
in the intwpst in the local wool market, espe
cially •in Or-ece wools, and vhliich btp firmly
maintained. "The call spfias to conic from the
smiill woolen milK. Stocks arc so limited that
it is helieveU that the local bins will be swept
clean before the new clip arrives. The leading
western quotations arp:
Texas — Fine. 12 months. 73fiJ75c; fine. 6 to S
months. CS«z.7O<*; fine fall. 00<&0:!e.
California— Northern county. <;t?<&CSc; middle
comity. t3Wfi.V; fall free, 50CE52C
Orepou — Eastern No. 1 staple, 75fii7Se; eastern
elfXhing. TOfa"-'c; valley No. 1. [email protected]
TeiTitory— Fine staple. TTfdTSe: flue medium
staple. 705 72 c: flue clothing, 7(Xfi72c: fine me
dium clofhin*, n4<rj«a«: half blood. [email protected]; nre
ciphths blood. t>NlW7Oc; quarter blood. 67<H0So.
Pulled wool— Eitra, Tlftt 73c; fine A, [email protected];
A Mipers, [email protected]
St. i.oiiU Wool Market
ST. I/OUIS. Jan. 25. — Market unchanged: me
dium grades.' combing and clothing. [email protected]!)c:
light tine. 22^t^7c; heavy fine, 12frJ21c; tub
washed, 25<g37c.
London \V«»oI Sales '
LONDON. Jan. 25. — The offeriugs at the wool
auction sales today consisted of a miscellaneous
seh-ctlon. amounting to 14,424 bales, which were
readily sold at firm rates. West Australian an-1
Virtorlcn gren^y merino were eagerly taken by
home and continental buyers, and Americans
took a- few lots of the best, as well as a good
supply of crowbreds. "v '
Kiislorn LiveHtoek: Market
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY. Jau. 25.— Cattle— Receipts,
12.<j00.- market steady to 10c lower: native steers,
$*.75fti7: cows and heifers. $2.(R)6i(>; stockers
and feeders. f;;.25ft7,5.25: bulls. |8.25®5; calves.
*J3.7s(tfS; western steers, $4.50(^6.50; western
cows, $3^4.75.
Hogs — Receipts. 17.<fK). Market weak to 5c
lower. Bulk. $7.10CjK.35: heavy. $S.SiKflß.4o;
packers aud butchers. $5.15fe5.35; light, ?7.55©
S.2S: pigs. t0.73f27.50.
Sheep — Receipts, 7.(XMJ. Market slow to 10c
lower. Muttons. **[email protected]; lambs. $C.75(^
S.3t>; fe<l western wethers and yearlings, $SW!
7.50; fed western ewes, [email protected]
SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 2.1. — Cattle— Receipts,
b.y*)O. Market slovr, lO<- to 20c lower. Native
steers. 54£17; rows and heifers. $3(g5: western
steers, $3.25446; cows and heifers. $2.75ti;4.35:
cauners. ([email protected]: stockers and feeders, $2.75 i&
5.25: calves. $4<OH; bulls, stags, etc.. $3('?5.
Hogs— Receipts. 10.000. .Market lOe to ]5c
lower. Heavy, $8(i?S.10; mixed. $868.05; light,
17.90&5.05; pigs. $15.75^7.50; bulk, $5<58.05.
Slicep — Receipts, 7.5<»6. Market 10c to 15c
lower. Wethers, $55j5.75; ewes, $4.75<ft5.30;
lambs, f7.2555.25.
.\>w Vrtrk Metal Market
NEW YORK, Jan. 25.— The market for stand
ard copper on the New York metal exchange was
weak today In fjmpathy with a slight decline In
Ixradnn, with spot and all deliveries up to the
end of April closing at 13(a:i3.25c. The Lom'.on
market closed easy, with t-pot quoted at £00 7s
6d tnd future* at £C 1 r.s. Exi>orts of copper to
day, according t<> custom house returns, were
4,t573 tons, making 21.100 so far this sep.son. 1.0
osl dealern quoted lake copper at 13.75<y i l4e;
electrolvtlc. 13.50Ca13.75e; casting, i;[email protected]
13.62 V*e.
Tin was dull, with spot closing at 32.51>i&3ac;
January. 32. 40& 32.00.- ; February and March.
32.25fc.32.45c. and April. [email protected] The
London market was higher, but lost part of an
early advance, closing easy at £147 lor spot «nd
£14,S Ps Od for futures.
Lead, dull; rpot. 4.67",[email protected]',f;e New York and
at 4.30(^4. 60c East St. l»uis. The London mar
ket was lower at £13 lls 3d.
Spettcr was weak, with spot at o.osS<>-25c
Xew York and a.85fii,5.95c East St. Louis. The
London market was unchanged fit £23 ssl
Locally the Iron market was unchanged.
\nv:il Stores— Turpentine and Rosin
SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 25. — Turpentine steady
at O1V2O; sales. 229; receipts. 59; shipments, 152.
Rosin firm; sales, 1.747: receipts. 1,428; ship
ments. 654; stock. 137.927. Quote: B. D, B.
f4.22M,<54.25; r\ M.B<j; G. 54.32%«?4.35; H.
$4.37**,: I. $4.70; M. $6.10; X. $6.65; WG, $7.05;
WW. |7.20.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAAIERS
TO ARRIVE
From | Steamer | Date
Portland & Astoria Northland Jan. 28
Singapore & Karatsu... Ashtabula Jan. 26
San Diego & Way Ports Queen ..... Jan. 2G
Coquille River Elizabeth Jan. 26
Hcmboidt Vanguard Jan. 20
Hongkong & Kobe Dakotah Jan. 20
Sraya Harbor ...Rainier ........ Jan. 20
Grays Harbor Newburg Jan. 26
Grays Harbor Clamnont ..... Jan. 26
: Grays Harbor Santa Barbara.. Jan. 20
Grays Harbor Centralla [Jan. 20
San Pedro jTallac Jan. 20
Everett Serak Jan. 26
Humboidt North Fork Jan. 26
HumboJdt J. J. Loggifi--- Jan. 20
New York via Ancon.. City of Sydney. Jan. 26
Honolulu ILurline Jan. 26
Seattle & Tacoma Chas. Nelson . . Jan. 27
Portland & Astoria . Nome City ....Jan. 27
Puget Sound Ports President Jan. 27
San Pedro O. W. Elder. .. Jan. 27
Point Arena & Albion. Porno Jau. 27
Humboidt F. A. Kllburn. . Jan. 28
Portland & Astoria.... Roanoke ..; Jan. 28
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay Jan. 2S
China & Japan Manchuria Jan. 29
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Uosa Jan. 29
San Pedro Hanalei Jan. 20
Grays Harbor G. C. Lindauer. Jau, 29
Seattle & Tacoma Buckmsn Jan. 30
Humboidt City of Topeka. Jau. 30
Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam Jan.' 30
Grays Harbor Chehalis Jan. 30
Portland & Astoria Rose City Jan. 31
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Pleiades Feb. 1
Coos Bay M. F. Plant.,, .. Teb. 1
Puget Sound Ports lm«lllla ...".. Feb. 1
.San Dieiro & Way Ports Preside** Feb. 1
Salina Cruz Ella Feb. 1
Hilo Enterprise Feb. 1
TO SAIL
Destination | Steamer | Sails | Pier
January 20 —
Los Angeles Ports S. Barbara.. 1 pm
Seattle direct Tallac 3 pm 21
Los Angeles Ports..... Centralia ... 1 pm 21
Coquille River Elizabeth ... 5 pm
Puget Sound Ports jQucen 4 pm 11
Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 4
January 27 —
I»s Angeles Ports J. S. Hlggins 10 am 4
Nanaimo & Way Ports. Olsn & Mhny 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland Quinault ... 5 ptn 27
Seattle & Tacoma Uee 5 pm 38
Portland & Way Porta. G. W. Elder 1 pm 13
Humboidt City Topeka. 10 am 11
Coos Bay M.-F." Plant 3pm 8
January 29 — •
Seattle direct Tampico ... 5 pm 11
Grays Harbor Claremont
Humboidt Vanguard . . 11 am 19
Hamburg & Way Ports Serak 12 in 19
New York via Ancon.. |San Juan ..12 ni 40
San Diego & Way Ports] President . . 2pm 20
January 29 — j
Aetoria & Portland |.llm Butler.. spm 27
Hamboldt ....IJ. J. Loggie
Humboidt .....North Fork.. 12 m 38
Grays Harbor INrwbur*- ... 3 pm 21
Humboidt F. Kllburn.. 10 am 13
Astoria &. Portland Kansas City. 11 am 40
Pnget Sound Ports City Puebla. 11 am 11
Astoria & Portland.... Northlind .. 3 nm 19
Los Angeles Ports Roanoke ... 1 pm 13
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno 6pm 4
January 30 —
Los Angeles Ports..... Hanalei 3 pm 10
Honolulu via P. Sound. Alaskan
Seattle & Taeoma Watson ...'. l'pm "i 6"
Lo« Angeles Ports Chehalis ...
January 31 —
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay .. 4 pm 11
February 1 —
Japan & China China ...... lpm 42
Puget Sound Ports Humboidt' .. ..7.- 11
Astoria & Portland Nome City.. 5 pm 10
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Roea.. 11 am 20
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE "
Destlnalon • | Steamer | Date
Valdez & Seward Yucatan Feb 1
Southwestern Alaska... Portland Feb' 5
Valdez fr Seward Olympla . Feb' 8
Time Ball
United State 9 branch hydrographlc office Bier
chants' Exchange, «an Francisco, January
The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly at noon. Pa
cific standard time (120 th meridian), or at 8h
00m. 00«. Greenwich mean time.
Lieutenant. U. S. ?».. In charge.
J. C. BURNETT.
Sun, Moon and Tide '
United States coast and geodetic survey— Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26
Sua risen ..7-19
Sun sets ..\u25a0."! ; ;5:26
Moon rise .....'. "...6:41 p m
Last quarter moon Feb. 2, at 3:18 \%. m'
New moon ......Feb. 9. at 5:04 p. m.
~ |Tlme| • (Timer |Time| JTlme|
'Jam i Ft » 1 Ft 1 Ft 1 I Ft
ih wi ir. wl \hlv\ il wr
26.. 1:14 4.7 6:45 3.2 11:33 6.8 6:33—0.1
27.. 1:54 4.S 6:55 8.112:25 5.5 7:10—03
28-2:28 4.8 7:2fl 2.8 1:12 4.8 7:47 0 2
».-. 2:59 8.0 8:18 2.8 2:01 4.5 8:26 08
SO.. 3:31 5.0 9:11 2.6 2:59 4.0 905 14
81.. 1 4:03 5.0 10:09 2.4 4K» '-'8.6 940 " 18
IT. S. Branch Hydrographlc Office
A branch of the United States . bydrographlc
office, located la the Merchants* '\u25a0• Exchange, ; is
maintained In San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially Invited to
visit the ' office, where complete sets of chart*
and sailing directions of the world s are kept' at
band for comparison and reference and the
latest information can always be obtained re-
Karding : lights, dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean commerce. • ••;
\u25a0 J. O. BURNETT.
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in charge. >,\u25a0
VlCTOßlA,' Jan.' 2s. —Arrived: British steamer
Aymeric, from tlio orient.^HBME^HSBI -\u25a0\u25a0-":
SAN ffBANCISCO CALL,i WEDNESDAY; JANUARY- 26, 1910.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Manners
of the Pacific : . :
[Special Dispatch to The Call)' '•;> ' ' ::
PORTLAND, Jan. 25.— French bark Ernest I^
gouve arrived here today \u25a0with a cargo of cement
from Hamburg. The bork will load wheat for
Europe. - * • '" \u25a0
.Steam schooner 'Svea cleared and sailed with
400,000 feet of lumber for San Pedro.
French- ship Andre Tlieodore cleared today for
the United Kingdom with 122,314 bushels of
wheat, valued at $122, fW0. —
Steamer Rose City arrived here last night from
San Fraucisco. bringing 110 passengers and 2,150
tons of freight. It \u25a0' -sighted •a . schooner outside
believed to have been the. Virginia, due to arrive
here. , r
A. L. Howard has been appointed, a purser on
the Portland-Tillamook liner Golden Gate, to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation of W. A.
Simpson. " \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0::
The Oolden Gate fcftilPd for T'.llnwook tonight.
A Chinese sailor died on the British steamer
Bessie Dollar last nlsht. The Bessie Dollar ar
rived here yesterday to load lumber for the
orient. -,''\u25a0"\u25a0-. \u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0
The oriental liner Henrlk Ibsen, due to arrive
here from Hongkong and way ports Febrnnry o,
will bring 1,500 tons of sulphur from Hakodate,
n large consignment of Chinese, merchandise and
2.000 bales of jute for the Washington penlten-
Steamer Roauoke sailed for San Pedro, this
afternoon.
ASTORIA, Jan. 25.— Steamer Nome City, with
freight and passengers for San Francisco, went to
son this morning. .
Steam schooner Casco arrived last evening
from San Francisco with a cargo of general mer
chandise and will load lumber. - * ' \u25a0
Schooner I^uzon arrived Monday, evenlue from
Sun Francisco after a passage of 18 days and
will load lumber for return.
Four masted schoonpr Mabel Gale arrived last
evening from Pau Francisco after a run of five
days and will load lumber for return.
Schooner Oliver J. Olson, which arrived Mon
day after an exceptionally fast nm from Callao,
Peru,- did not make so good a passage on Its trip
to the South American pert. The Olson sailed
from Gray-* Harbor August 25 with a cargo of
•lumber for Callao and did not reach the latter
port until November 24. On account of adverse
winds the schooner wns driven -far out of Its
course and Captain Knllenbnrg .stopped at Pit
cairn island, where he exchanged a quantity of
flour and other provisions for vegetables. He^
says the colony there now consists of 193 per
sons. All were anxious to secure papers, maga
zines and other reading matter.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25. — Arrived: Steamers
Coos Bay, from San Francisco; Jim Butler, from
Columbia river: Alcatraz. from San Diego.
galled — Steamers George/ W. Elder," for Port
land; Pasadena, for Eureka: Coos Bay, for San
Francisco; Brooklyn, for Mendocino: U. S. S".
Perry, for cruise; Alcatraz. for San Francisco.
SEATTLE, Jan. 25.— Arrived: British steamer
Antilochus, from Tacoma; steamer Umatilla,
from San Francisco; steamer Fairbavcn, from
San Francisco: steamer Buekman, from Tacoma.
Sailed— Steamer ColnmMnn. for Tacoma;
steamer Jefferson, for Skagwny.
TACOMA. Jan. 25. — Arrived: British ship
Wray Castle, from Vancouver; steamer Colum
bian, from Seattle.
Sailed: Steamer Buckman. for sound ports ;
British steamer Antilochus, tot Seattle. \u25a0:\u25a0
Weather Report
United States Pcpsrtment of Agriculture —
Weather Bureau. San Francisco. Jan. 25, WlO.
RAINFALL DATA
La->t Seasonal Normal
Stations — 24 hours, to date, to date.
Eureka 0.50 27.15 23.03
Red BluflE T. 10.77 13.31
Mt. XamalpalK 0.03 17.64 11.87
San Francisco 0.08 .13.08 11.72
San Jose O. IS 10.41 7.31
Fresno ....0.00 lO.lrt, 4.88
Independence 0.00 5.42 4.8.1
SRn Luis Obispo O.O(> 10.31 0.151
Los Angeles 0.01 10.35 r7.82'r 7.82'
Snn Diego. 0.00 8.17 4.97
Coast record for 12 hourw, ending 5 p. m.
I iff I A
STATIONS |. H t-5 ' :" .| §"3.
% 3\u25a0 b \u25a0 : . \u25a0 |V x : \u25a0
BskfT 29.04 32 24 SE Cloudy .00
Blame 29.56 42 — NE Cloudy .14
Boise 30.08 S« 30 SE Cloudy .(»O
Eureka 30. 00 44 38 SE Clear .4'J
riaffstaff 29.08 3S SO W ClPfir .oi>
Fresno 30.20 M 34 S ClPar .00
Helena ;.29.,50 34 30 W Clear T.
Independence .H0. 12 44 24 SB Cledr .i>o
KallspfU 29.82 3S. 32 SW Pt-Ody .00
Los Anpe1<»«...30.14 00 40 SW ('loar .00
Marshfleld 29.82 40 — SW Pt.CJdy .62
Mt. Tamalpals.3o.lß 38 33 SW Rain .03
North Head 29.44 42 38 SE Rain .18
Phoenix 30.02 «4 40 SW Clear .00
Pocatello 50. 12 30 28 S Pt.Cldy T.
Pt. Reyes Lt..30.12 40 39 S Cloudy T.
Portland 29. «8 44 40 S Rain .06
Red Bluff 30.00 44 30 SE Rain T.
Reno 30.10 .30 20 W Clear .00
Roseßurj- 20.86 42 84 S Rain .28
San Diego, 30.12 86411 NW Clear .00
San Francisco.. SO. 22 50 40 S Cloudy T.
£an Josp 80.24 52 34 S Cloudy .00
S. Lulß Obispo. SO. 24 »4 S4 W Clear .00
S. E. Farallon.3o.lß S2 44 SW Rain T.
Stx.kane 29.86 40 32 SE Cloudy .00
•Summit *24 17 SW Snow —
Tacoraa 29.00 44 36 S Rain >0«
Tatoofh 29.42 44 38 X Rain .00
Tocopah 30.18 28 18 SE Rain .00
Walla Wa11a... 29, 84 40 30 SE Cloudy .00
Winnemucca ..30.12 32 20 SW Rain T.
Yuma 30.00 64 50 XW Clear .00
•Snow on ground, 103 Inches.
The following maximum and minimum temper
atures are reported from eastern stations for the
previous day: Chicago, 30-2s; New York, 40-32;
Omaha, 34-16.
SYNOPSIS
A moderate storm has appeared off the Wash
ington coast during the day. causing generally
cloudy weather and light rain from San Fran-,
cisco northward on the Pacific coast. In the San
Joaquln valley, and southward fair weather pre
vails. Southeast, storm warnings are displayed
from San Francisco northward. . The winds are
already high on the Oregon nnd Washington
coasts. The humidity at Red Bluff was 92 per
cent and at Fresno 7<? per cent/Conditions are
favorable for general rain In California Wednes
day north of the Tehachapi," with brisk southeast
winds.
Forecast made Rt San Francisco for the 30
hours ending at midnight Jannary 26, 1910:
San Francisco nnd vicinity — Rain Wednesday;
brisk southeast wind.
Santa Clara valley — Rain Wednesday; brisk
southeast wind. . v
Sacramento valley — Rain Wednesday, fresh
southeast wind.
•San Joaquin valley — Cloudy, with showers,
Wednesday; fresh south wind.
1.08 Angeles-aud vicinity — Cloudy Wednesday;
light southwest wind. -- .
G. n.'WILLSON, Local Forecaster.
HYDB.OGHAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at' mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE | Ft. 1 Date | Remarks
Grays liar I 18 Jan. 13 1 Inner; bar buoy sub
[ I I merged.
W'illapa BJ 27- JJan. 01 Wills tlinjj buoy 1 mile :
_; [ I I north of bar.
Colum. H.I 24 jNov. S^hoallng outside nun
{ I buoy No. 2.' . \u25a0 \u25a0
Nehalm It 7 No*. 6 [Bar buoy 200 yards N.
\u25a0 • \u25a0 I \u25a0t \u25a0- of channel. \u25a0
Tillmk 8.l 9 Dec. 17|Channel shifted 1 mile
•" I south In gale Nov. 28^
'\u25a0 Nun buoy . No. 0 and
Yaquina B 10^. Dec. 18 - can buoy -No. 3 gone
. adrift. - -...-•\u25a0\u25a0
Slußlaw R| 5 I Jan: *ci»»- ••• • "
I'mpqua R 12. IDec. 6[Ctianne^ well north of
| . I • range." *- ' - •
" ~[ '\u25a0 ~ 12 feet at low tide to
Coos Bay. 18 .« Jan. 4 North Bend; 12 feet
at low tide to Marsn
{ field. .\u25a0:.'•\u25a0\u25a0•'-
Coqullle RJ .9 .JJan. « 7 iChannel straight; good
I | I .condition.
Rogue R1v1 ..... I 1 ..... . .'. ..... ......
Klamtb It! 7 JJan. 7lCbannel straight; east
:.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 |- I . i • and west. \u25a0''-*.* ..-\u25a0•'
Hmbldt B 20 )Jan.ls|North. channel unsafe
- : "I I to navigation. .
S Pedro B| 20 |Jan. s|No change in channel.
S Diego Bj 25 |Dec — 9)No change In channel."
S Pablo Bj 24 IDec. 1 Depth in dredged chan-
I ; I , 1 nel. - \u0084 :
XBWS OF THE OCEAN
.. Supplle* for Honolulu \u25a0
- The steamer Alnraeda ' sailed for ' Honolulu > on
Saturday with . cargro ? rallied •, at : $210,(KM. The
following were .the- principal shipments: : ,'..;.".
65 \u25a0 bbla flour, ; 45,370 lbs . malt, 376 ctls " barley.'
27:<509 lbs beans. 8,037 lbs aud 323 cs meals, 61
ctls ; wheat. :\u25a0 2.408 \u25a0c« ' canned i goods, v 22,000 ; lbs
butter, 7,381 ltm and 5 pkprs cheese, 167,- cs ecirs,
0.728 " lbs dried ; fruit. . 2,005 lbs raiftlns, •' 3,331
plcpi : fresh fruits. 330lpkgS' vegetables,! 1,260
pkRS potatoes, 181 pks* onions, 3.040 lbs parllc.
1.883 lbs nuts. 5.538 lbs \ and 56 cb , bread,"' 25,204
lbs lar<^ . 34,800 lbs : hnma r and ? hacon. 19,420 lbs
ooflflKU.i?oolbs fresh fish, 18,4 12 lbs fresh meat,
4,783 " lb» v and 13 bxs ; dressed { poultry, ' 4,504 1 lbs
coffee, 4.040 lbs tea; 1.017r-lb» chocolate. 820^lbs
chicory,' 00 cs and 84^ pkgs* nalmon,%4,64» i lbs
glucose., ' 3,fi03 • lb» * and I R4 . pk«s ; candy.i 4,507,' lbs
dried flsh. S. 1 1!2 cals aud 4es wlne.i 109 j gals and
37.en whisky, '2oo sals alcohol,:3 00 pkgs beer,*lo
cs ' brandy. ; 1.200 ' gals > spirits, 21; cs .liquors.v l()6
gala gin, 5,380 lbs seeds, 102 pkgs : drugs, t 3,293
lbs tobacco, 14 cs cigars and cigarettes, 104 cs
boots and shop*. 248 pkgs dry goods. 50 cs hats,
20 rolls: leather, 12 pkgs -saddlery. 120 pkgs
wagon material, 448 cs nnd \l2 \u25a0 bbls oils, 2."'2
pkgs pnlnts, 0 automobiles and 7 cs parts, .3G.es
bicycles,. Hi bales oil cloth, .730 pcs aud^iOO bOls
steel and Iron, 1.042 lbs tin plate. It pkgs agri
cultural Implements. 27 cs arms and ammunition.
500 bbls cement, 37 pkgs electrical ' goodsU 20
pkgs machinery, 27 pkgs sewing machines. '!> cs
typewriters, 4!) pkgs United States army sup
plies. - •
-The Amiral Olrj's Cargo ":
The French steamer Amiral Olry sailed for
Antwerp and way" ports - Monday: with cargo
valued at $142,".05. to be distributed as. follows:
For Mexico, $r>:t.B7C: Peru, |5,25i>; Bolivia, $412;
Uruguay.- $U,Clt>; Argentine. 112,734; England,
$48,317; ; France, $12.!«i5; Belgium, $2,135. The
principal exl>orts and their ; destinations were as
follows: .': ; . .•. • •\u25a0: •: - v-; \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0 ;.- • . .
• To Mexico — 2,025-bbls: flour, 1,552 bales hay,.
103 ctls barley, 1C5.055 lb"n beans, 22,000 lbs
bran. 20 ctls corn.'2B.'l ck cnniied • goeds, SB.OOO
lbs lard. 104,41!) lbs sugar, 475 lbs dried fruit.
50 pkgs fresh fruits, 25 cs mineral water, 00 cs
salmon. 213 gals wine. 5.000 bricks, 400 bbls
and 300 sks cement, f. pkg« . drugs, 1.240 lbs
Feeds. 32 pkgs dry good*, 100 pcs steel, tilbdls
shooks, 1.085 lbs rosin, 43 pkgs paiuts. 82 cs
and 3 bbls tar. 1,481 cs oils. 200 cs kerosene.
254 coils rope, 3."'. cs fuse, .5 cs blasting caps, o
cs shoos.
To Peru — 1,000 cs dyuamlte.
To Bolivia — 49 cs canned goods, Z\ cs salmon.
To Uruguay— l99.o(l4 ft lumber. '
- To' Argentina — 2,223 cs canned fruit, 20,335
lbs dried fmit, 000 cs salmon, 802- His ralnlus,
65(5 gals wine. . ' . . 1
jTo Ki;;rl;inri — 2,008 cs canned fruit. 30 cs
canned asparagus, 500 cs salmon. 170 gal* whis
ky. 001.452 lbs tallow, .15.350 lbs zitu- dross.
To Franco — 1W es calmed fruit, 11)5, 570 lbs
tallow. 10 pkgs machinery.
To Belgium — 18 bales cattle tails. "»
' Usport.t • b>- the- Umatilla
The steamer Umatilln stalled for Vancouver on
Saturday with cargo consigned to various British
American cities anil merchandise en route to
other countries valued at $27,.">5"". \u25a0 the diKtrlbn
tlon being ax follows:. Vav \u25a0 British Auierica,
$15,788; Australia. $10.(8)1; New Zealand. $.".2f.;
FIJI islands. $44: Fanning ifland. $134; Frlendly
Islandß, ?SO9. The following were, the -prlnclpni
shipments: « ' \u25a0 .
To British America — 11;535 lbs dried fnilt,
6,005 lbs malt. 50 bbls pickles,. 170 lbs cheese.
3.124 Ib* chocolate. 120 lbs coffee. .".10 pkgs
fresh fruits. 20 pkga onions. 125 pkg« vegetables,
570 lbs seeds, 525) cs und 225 bblsolls. 12 pkj-s
Incubators, 13,:W8 lbs grease, s5,Si:? lbs soda;
100 tins matches, 35 jikgs machinery. 1% rolls
leather, 13 cyls gas. !) pkps electrical goods, 8
pkirs drugs. 3 pkgs sewing machines. \u25a0 .
\u25a0• To Australia — 33 bales hose, 27 pkgs dry
goods, 5 pkgs (lacking, 2 cs spool silk, 10 bills
oils.
To New Zealand — 10 bales hose, 1 bale pack
ing. • - s . • \u25a0 : -
To Fanning island — 2(5 cs canned goods.
To Friendly Islands — 23 cs canned goods, .10 cs
salmon, 275 lbs coffee, tTO dial's.
\u25a0 The ftenmer also had n cpiislgunient of Mexi
can dollars, . with, a gold value of $1,500. ea
route to Suva,. Fiji islands.
Chnngc of MaKtern
Sch«toner Jameß Byrnes — Old master. Christian
Jaspersen; new niflHter. August Wilson.
Enrolled— Ship A. J. Fuller— Master, Mark
Hnskell. Steamer J. B. Stetson— Master. A. H.
Sears. •
Dally River Bulletin
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 25.— Observations taken
at 7 arm.: . \
-.5" ->Z. *"•?
Si j"' % =
STATIONS. r S. £,£
i? r ft
SACRAMENTO WATKRSHKD '\u25a0\u25a0
Kennett, Sacriimento river.. I 25.0 | 9.3-f- 4-1.9
Red Blnff. Sacramento rir.. 23.0 |t.J.B— --2.0
Monroevllle. Sacramento r. . 22.0 11.04- --5.0
Colusa, Sacramento river... 20.0 20.24- - J !>.9
Knijrhts Lamiing, Sac. river. 18.0 12.34- --2.G
Orovllle, Feather river 25.0 I 0.1 — --0.1
Marysvilie, Yuba river.-. ... 30.0 10.94- 4-0-3
Folsom, American river... 9.0 — •-...
Sacramento, Sacramento rlv. 29.0 18.54- -4-2.1
Rio Vista. Sacramento rlv.. 13.0 5.74- 4-0.1
•.- SAN JOAQUIN- WATERSHED
Pollasky. San Joaquln rlrer.| r... | 1.7-f- -f0.5
Flrebaugh, San Joaticin rlv.. f 12.0 1 - ..:*
Merced- Kails, Merced river. 1 2.3-f +1.3
Jacksonville, Tuolumne rlv.. 20.0 5.4 — —0.6
Melones, StanUlaus river... .... 3.8 — — 0.2
Jenny Llnd, Cnlareras river. ,10.0 2.0 — — -I.*""
Electra, Mokelumne river... 12.0 2.2 — 4-o. Bj
Lathrop, San Joaquln . river. i:t.O 12.7+ 4-0.5
+ Indicates a rising river. — Indicates a fall
ing rlter.
RIVER 'FORECAST
The Sacramento river will continue rising dur
ing the next 24 hours south aof Colusa; the
upper river will fall. The lower San Joaquin
river will continue rising during the next 24
hours. X. R. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster, j
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
Monday, January 24.'
H. B. H. stmr Algcrine, Edwards, 8 days from
Acapulco.
-•** \u25a0 Tuesday, January 25.
Stmr Quinanlt. Kotfold, 78 hours from' Wlllapa;
620.000 feet lumber to Hart, Wood lumber com
pany.
Stmr Watson,. Griffith, 71 hours from Seattle;
passengers and merchandise to Alaska Pacific
Bteamsblp company.
Stmr Admiral Sampson, Wood, US hours from
Snn Pedro: passengers .and merchandise to
Alaska Pacific steamship company.
-Stmr; Bee, Sorenson. .">(} hours from Ventura;
5.500 sacks beans to Chas. Nelson company.
\u25a0 Stmr City of Topeka, Gielow, 20«£ hours from
Eureka; passengers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast steamship company. '
• : Stmr Marlposa. Hayward. 11 days 18 hours 7
minutes from Tahiti; passangers and merchandise
to "J. D. Spreckels & Bros, company.
Schr Alpena, Nielsen, 77 days from Newcastle,
N. S. W.; 1.536 tons coal to J. & A. Brown.
Schr Monterey. Kelly, 10 hours from Monterey;
19,000 barrels oil to Associated oil company; in
tow tug Navigator.
Schr Roy Somers, Soiland, 11 days from Grays
Harbor ; 400.000 feet lumber to Grays Harbor
commercial company. -.
- Schr Spokane, Dick, .11 days from Gamble;
850,000 feet lumber to Pope & Talbot.
RETURNED'
Tuesday, January 25. '
I'ow schr Ne-vfirk. Wayland. iience this after
noon for Byxbee landing; returned on account of
strong southerly wind.
- CLEARED
Tuesday, January 25.
Stmr Admiral Sampson, . Wood, Seattle; Alaska
Pacific strnmship company. .
Stmr \u25a0Leelanaw.-.Meyers, Ladysmith, B. C;
Western fuel company. . \u25a0\u25a0-;"•."'""•;-• A
SAILED
Tuesday, .limitary 25.
Stmr Hanalcl. SlcFarland. San Pedro.
Stmr laqua.'' S'els, Eureka. :.. \u25a0 .'.«
\u25a0 Stmr. Admiral Sampson,' Wood, Seattle. |
' Stmr Kanta Rosa, «Alexander, San Diego. . ' -:
.Stmr Siberia, Zeeder, Hongkong and way ports.
Stmr i.\ B. Stetson, Searß, Astoria.
Stmr F.-''A.'KHburn."-McLellan. Eureka.
. Stmr Leelnnaw, Meyers, Ladysmith:
Stmr KlaniHth. Johnson, 'Astoria.
: Bktn John C. Meyer. 'Mnrchison. Grays Hnrbor.
. Pow schr Newark. Wayland, Byxbee landing.
Sehr Santiago, McDonald,. Monterey, in tow. tug
Navigator. \u25a0 •'-\u25a0\u25a0.: - \u25a0 \u25a0
- WEATIIER REPORTS
TATOOSH, Jan 25, 6 p. m."— Raining; wind
E; velocity 36 miles an hour. . \u25a0 - \u25a0 « .- .
a POINT LOBOS", Jan 25. 9 a. m.— Foggy; wind
SE: velocity 8 miles an hour. - \u25a0
POINT REYES. Jan 25, 9 a. m.— Cloudy:
wind S; velocity. 12 miles an hour. ' ..
FAP.ALLONES, Jan 25, 0 a. m.— Cloudy; wind
NWj velocity 4 miles an hour.;.
TATOOSH, Jan 25, 9. a. m.— Light rain; wind
SW; velocity 52 miles an -hour. . --\u25a0"•.
POINT LOBOS;- Jan 25,\12 m.— Cloudy ; wind
ATLANTIC OCE AX TRAVEL
Safety, Steadiness and Comfort
liamburg-Arnerican Line_
; ..v NEXT SAILINGS --
•\u25a0 Plymouth;JCherbourg'& Hamburg.'
' *S. S. President Grant,' Feb; 8, 2 P.' M \u25a0
' S. S. Amerika, t Feb.H2, 11 A.= Mr- \u25a0 • '
- -'\u25a0•Omit« Plymouth. '
; - For ' Obera*nmerg;au .: Paaslon-play— Berlin
>\u25a0 Exhibition 1910 ; s Brussels Exhibition 1910,
. and - all' other interesting - European 'events,'
inquire -• of \u25a0 our \ . Tourist - Department. ; 160
• Powell " St., \u25a0 San Francisco. - Phone : Kearny
\u25a0 2946:.v J .v ;\u25a0>\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 /..- : :--'-:v^.- '\u25a0 \u25a0 ..-••' \u25a0.:\u25a0:..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. I
Compasrnie Generale Transatlantique
':> pirect :linj^jtoChavre-parisV -;::;;
.. : Sailings ' every, Thursday, instead \u25a0of \u25a0 Saturday;
at -10 a. m;,: from pier,. 42v -North . river, , foot of
Morton street. :*: • *. - -\u25a0;\u25a0•\u25a0'
.--First-class to Havre,- ?7(. 50 and upward v~ sec-
ond class to Havre,' lso and upward. .GENERAL
AGENCY -for ? UNITED r STATES and ; CANADA
19 \u25a0> States street;" New : York. • i J.\ F. . \u25a0FUGAZI.-'
Manager ; Pacific r Coast; 030 : Montgomery « street.--
San v. Francisco. C Tickets • sold by, all railroad
ticket lagents.>;- V \u25a0::,:: \u25a0•': - '\u25a0'.•\u25a0 \-'::^r.
CANADIAN PACIFIC— - \ -. ~
WEEKLY: SAILINGS .BETWEEN 1 3T. JOHN.
J f .; v; N.>B.;tAND LIVERPOOL. . . r-- 7 ;
' Nothing - better < on . the -.'Atlantic tban our , Em-
presses. Wireless on all \u25a0 steamer*. ~ . . .
-^•^^^JE.vB.vPENM.'jO.a.;. *\u25a0>'\u25a0'-: j'~i. .:. r
; :Msi Market iU,.. :•-..': •-..' Pal«» Hotel. -\u0084•
.SE; velocity 0 miles an hour. • "- -
' POINT^LOBOS. Jan 25, 3 0. m.— Cloudy; wind
SSW: Telocity. 12 miles an hour. - \u25a0 / '- .
, EUREKA. Jan. 25, 12 w.— Raining; wind SE;
velocity 20 miles an hour.
! POINT REYES. Jan 25, 12 ra.— Cloudy; wind
•S"; -.velocity. 20 miles an liour. ..
: , TELEGRAPHIC
\u25a0 POINT LOBOS, Jan '25. 10 p. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind SE; vclocitv H miles an hour.
:'.'-'\u25a0 :. * DOMESTIC. PORTS «*
TACOMA— Sailed Jau 25— Stmr Fiuckman. for
Bcninglium; At&t; Wasp, for Everett-,' Br stmr
AutiltM.-lnis'. lor Seattle. • - -, -. •
SAN Ul EGO— Sailed Jan 25— Schr Johu A. for
Eurt-ka; stmr Homer, for Mexico; 1 p. m^; stmr
Isilmilan. for Seattle. - .
EUREKA— Arrived Jan 25— Stmr Katherine,
from San Pedro; ' stnirs Despatch . and Ravalll,
hence Jan 2.1: stmr Newport; -from Uaudon. . i
Sailed Jhii 25 — Stmr Acme; for Sail' Francisco.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Jau 24— Stmr Brooklyn,
hence Jan .21. Jan *i.*i— Stmr \u25a0 Jim Butler, hence
Jan 23:,"stiur Coos Bay. from " Santa Barbara;
stmr Alcatraz. from San Diego.
Sailed- Jan 24 — Stmrs Carlos and Shasta, : for
S:m Francisco. Jan 25 — Ktmrs !' Argyll, Gco. W.
Elder aud Coos Bay; for Saa Fraucisco." ,
REDO MX) BEACH— Suited Jan 25— Stmrs Sa
moa and Yellowstone, fur San Francisco.
. BLAKELEY— SaiIed Jau 25— Pert bark Cavonr,
for Hunt b: America. - ;
TATOOSH— Passed In Jan 25. 1:40 p, in.— Stmr
Olympic, hence Jau 22 for Belliughan). Jan 24.
1:15 p. in.— Scnr Ruth E. Godfrey, fronl Kedondo
Beach : lor Townsend ; 8 p. m., tluee masted
stciim seiiocner. ' ;« _ .-
Passed "out Jan' 25 — Ship Wm. F. Babcock.
from Lufllow for Cape Towu; ti •a. j m., stmr-
I'residcnt. from Seattle for Sau Francisco; U. S/
stmr Manzanlllo. for cruise. . ..
CLALLAM BAY— Passed In Jan 25, 1:GO p. m.
Selir Albert Meyer. -from Sau Pedro.
Passed in Jau 25, 11 v. in. — Four masted .schr
wltb black hull. ,- i.
' Passeil in 'Jan 25 — Sclir Robert Searles, from
San Pedro, 4:50 p. m.
COOS BAY— Called Jau 25— Stmr Sana Smith, ,
for tian Francisco. ' \u25a0 . . . \u25a0• S"
POUT- CRESCENT— Passed l» Jan 25, .11:30 8.
m. — Br stmr Aymeric, from Hongkong, etc., for
Victoria; B. ('.. etc." -
ASTORIA— SaiIed Jan 25, 12 m.— Stmr Nome
City;? for iSap Francisco.
Arrived Jau 24— Schr Luzon, from San Pedro.
NEAH BAY— Anchored Jun 25— Schr Robert
U. Hind, from Port Townsend for San Pedro. \u25a0 .
Anchored Jau 25, !t a. iv.— Ship W. F. llab
ccck. retarn"d fn>m sen. \u25a0 \
Anchored : Jan 25 — Schr Alex T.- Brown, sehr
Robert Searles and I*, ti. stmr Atanzanlta.
POINT REYES— Passed south Jau 25. 12 ra. —
Four master »chr, lumber laden: 12:20 'p. m.,
stirir- (Juln.iult, from >Villapa harbor for San
Francisco. \u25a0 •- . -
Passieil Jan 25, 3:50 p. in.— Stmr Delhi, from
Tacoina for San Pedro. .'.':•'
CRESCENT . CITY— Off Jan 25— Stmrs Del
Norte «nd Westport.. \u25a0 '. ;
SANTA MONlCA— Arrived Jan 24— Stmr
Shasta, from San Pedro.
WESTPORT— Bar liomid. Jan 25, 11:30 a. ni. —
Schr = Edward:; It; West, for San Diego; tchr
Comet, for San Diego. , •
; Arrived Jhii -25. 1:30 p. in. — Stmr Helene.
hence Jan 22: 2:30 p. m., stuir Grays Harbor,
hence Jan<22. \u25a0 \u25a0 . ' \u25a0
Bar hound Jan 25. « p. m. — Br stmr Kilburn.
Kehrs Sehome,. G. W. Watsou. Edward R. West
and Comet. \u25a0•'
EVERETT— Arrived Jan 25— Stmr. Harold Dol
lar, hence. Jan 19 via Seattle.
GREENWOOD— Arrived* off Jan 25— Stmr
Whitesboro, hence Jan 24.
SOUTH BEND— Arrived Jan 25. 10:30 a. m.—
Stmr Mayfalr, l hence Jan 22; 11 a. m., stmr
Daisy Freeman, hence Jan 22.
Sailed Man 25. 10 a. m.— Stmr Raymond, for
San Pedro. -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• ' '
(SEATTLE — Sailed Jan 24, 9 p. m. — Stmr Presi
dent, for San Francisco. »
Arrived Jan 25. !• a. m. — Stmr Umatllla. hence
Jan 22; stmr Faifliaven, hence Jan 21.
Arrived Jan 25 — Br . stmr Antilochus. from
Yokohama via Tacoina. •
Sailed Jau 25 — Stmr Columbian, for Tacoma.
¥\u25a0 VALDEZ — Arrived Jan 23 — Strar Olympla, from
Seattle via Cordova n:id sailed Jan 24 for Seattle.
FORT BRAGO— Arrived Jan 25 — Stmr James
S. Illggins. hence Jan 24.
MUK I LTEO— Arrived Jau 24— Strut- Harold
Dollar, from Seattle.
TOWNSEND — Passed in Jan 25— Schr Ruth E.
Godfrey, from Reilondo Beach. .
* PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
-ygifl Jv-,' \u25a0' " ' Steamers leave for South-
SfiS^-^GB^. ' em California and Mexico
Amf^ from Steuart Street Wharf.
I tvB?SS?I Yl Jor I>u K et Sound Ports and
I I Y^^^a 1 I Enrpka. from B'way Wharf.
'SANTA BARBARA
•President .Jan. 28/ 2 p. m.
•Governor .\ Feb. 20. 2 p. ra.
•Queen............. Feb. 3, 12, 27, 2 p. m.
Santa fiosa ..Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 9, 16, 24..11 a. ra.
•Will not call at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (piRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
| Connecting at Seattle for SE. Alaska, Skagway,
Dawson. Fairbanks.
Governor. ..Feb. 10, 25, 4 p. m.
Queen Feb. 17, • 4 p. m.
State of California .Feb. 2, 4 p. m.
City of Puebla.. ..Jan. 29; Feb. 13. 28. 11 a. in.
Umatilla ....:.... ..Feb. 6, 21. 11 a. m.
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT" BAY)
Topeka, Jan. 27; Feb. 1, 6, 11, 10, 21, 26. 10 a.m.
And Every Fifth Day Thereafter.
GUAYMAS, MAZATLAX, LA PAZ
EXSEXADA. SAN JOSE del CABO
ALASKA CRUISES, 1910 — Leave Seattle
Spokane. .June 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 9, 10 p. m.
Queen.. July 12, 26, 8 p. m.
~ Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET "OFFICES— (Palace Hotel) 653 Market
St., 3 Market ft. and Docks. .*'
Telephone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. Tel. Oakland 5680.
C. D. DUN ANN, General Passenger Agent.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
NEW VOIJK TO PACIFIC COAST PORTS
AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, sailings from New
| York over, six dayo, . making direct connection
with Pacific («teatners , sailing from Sallna Cruz,
Mexico, every six days for San Francisco. '
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW YORK.
Also to Mexican and all principal European ports
under through rate and. through bills of lading.
Salliiigs from Sun Francisco every 12 days. ,
LOCAL -SERVICE, FROM SAN FRANCISCO
TO -HAWAIIAN* -ISLAND POUTS, direct every
2S days, nnd via Pujret: sound every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars apply to
DEARBORN & . LAPHAM. General Agents. 8
Bridge St., Nev>York; WILLIAMS; DIMOND &.
CO., \u25a0 General Agents, Pacific Coast.
310 Sansorae St., San Francisco.
SEATTLE -TACOMA
Bellln-tham.Anacortes, Everett; Port Town-
\u25a0 send.- Victoria, Vancouver \u25a0 and all Alaskan
Torts.'.. .* ' ' •---. '-,: " ; : ,
S. S. WATSON ...:.. Jan. 30"
S. P. BUCKMAN Feb. 5
,S. .S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON;.*.'; Feb. 10
ids Angeles Direct
: . TWIN SCREW
S.S.- ADMIRAL, SAMPSON.... .Feb. ft
Sailings from Howard Street Wharf: No. 3.:
Alaska Pacific Steamship (Co.
; Sailings^ from " Howard Street .Wharf • No. '3.
TOYO KISEN KAISIi
i OR^EXTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S." S." Chlyo Maru . . . . .Tuesday.- February 15, • 1910
S. S. Tenyo Maru : . .-. . .Tuesday. '-. March • 15, 1910
S.S. Nippon Maru.. :; ..".V. Tuesday; 7 April 5, 1910
i: Steamers i sail i from \u25a0: company's piers, N0e.,42,
44, near foot ot. Second st.,iat;l p. ra.. for Yoko-
hama and Hoiijrkonp. culling at Honolulu.: Kobe
( IIIoko) S and - Nagasaki and : Sbangbat. ,: and con-
meeting at Hongkong; with 'steamers' for Manila,
•India '- etc. -'.i No cargo recelved'onibonrd-on, day
of salling.v Round trip i tickets at reduced rates.
\u25a0\u25a0! For ? freight : and ' passage - apply '\u25a0 at office. ' 240
James • Flood building. >-: W. j H. AVERY; ..;
...;, '.i- \. j '\u25a0\u25a0 -Assistant ; General Manager.
AND NEW ZEAL AND— S. S.
Mariposa sails" 11 a.r m..-- Feb. 2. Special
\u25a0 : round .trip,* Tahiti, ; $123 first class.
UAftlAI 111 II S. 'S. Alameda * sails 11 \u25a0 a
lillniill Iff If ITI - reb,»l2, 1910. Special
iIIUIIVLUI-U ronn d ; trip: $110 sisf- class..
[OCEANIC S * S. 'CO. ; ' 6T3 Mkt. AT.* Krny.; 1231 - ;
Arrived Jan 25— Schr Columbia, from Antofa
gasta.- \u25a0 -
DUNGENESS— Passed Jan 25. t a. in.— Stmr
President, from Seattle for San FranciMro.
\u25a0 EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK— Sailed Jan 25, 2 p. m.— Stmr
Calif ornian, for Puerto Mexico.
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLULU — Sailed Jan 25— Stmr Hiionian,
for San Francisco. •
Sailed Jan ,25— Bktn S. G. Wilder, for San
Francisco; Jap stmr Nippon Maru, for China
and Japan.
FOREIGN PORTS
FERNANDO DE XORONHA— Passed Jan 22—
Ger stmr Amitrts, hence Oct 11 for Hamburg, i
AUCKLAND — Arrived Jan 23 — Br stmr Ty
mcric. hence Dec 23. ' '
VALPARAISO — Arrived Jan 20— Ger stmr
Amasls. from' "Hamburg for San Fran<*(«co.
SHANGHAI — Arrived Jan 22— Br stmr Belle
of Scotland, from : Victoria.
LIVERPOOL— ArrivaI Jan 25— Br stmr Mag
dala. hence Oct 19 via St. Vincent. '^a3PCs?tf«r^-S
VICTORIA— Arrived Jaa 25— Br stmr Aymerlc,
from Yokohama.
SALINA CRUZ — Arrived Jan 25 — Schr Prosper,
from Eureka. \u25a0
Sailed Jan 20— Ger stn-f-""Erna. for Cr-rlnto.
GUAYMAS — Arrived Jan s—Br5 — Br stmr l.ocsdalv.
from Victoria. .
ST. THOMAS— Arrived Jan I!>— Nor stmr Al
den. from Baltimore and sailed Jan 19 for Guay
mas. - " \u25a0 . _r- . . -
YOKOHAMA — Sailed Jan 25— Br stmr -Asia,
for San Francisco via Honolulu.
MOJl— Sailed Jan 25— Br stmr Hazel Dollar,
for Mororan.
COLON' — Arrived Jan 23 — Stmr Colon, from
New York. -
DUNGENESS — Passed Jan 23 — Fr bark Meiley,
hence Au-r 21 for Sunderland. ' • '.. .
BREMEN-i-Salled Jan 23 — Ger ship Renee
Rickmers, for Honolulu. .
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—A rrived Jan '25 — Stmr Saxonia.
from Flume;. stmr Minneapolis, from London.
Sailed Jan. 2s— Stmr Kronprlnz Wllhelm. for
Bremen. ...
Arrived Jan 25 — Stmr Finland, from Antwerp;
stmr Noorclam, from Rotterdam. "
BELFAST— Arrived Jan 25 — Stmr Carlton.
from Tacoma via Ims Palraas.
LIVERPOOL— SaiIed Jan 2>— Stmr Ivernia. for
Boston.
Arrlvwl Jan 25 — S"tmr Lusitanla. from New-
York.
RAILWAY TRAVEL g
ffe-ft 5\ 'sit? A Aiy feS( it!*! b EEB *a *6H tCSa -m-Im \ fl 119 » VS'l
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROI/ JANUARY I. 1119 „ .
~ VIA OAKLAND PIER VIA COAST LINE
Irave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive leave . (Third and Townfend Strata) Arrirs
2.15 a NUes, Lh-ermore, Tr»c.v. Lathrop, t5.25* Loop— 23J Street. Visitacion, South
Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento. ..;.... 10.38*1 San Francisco, Valencia Street t8.35»
6.40 a Hdyward. Xiles. Ran Jose. ..:... 7.08 a |5.35* Loop— Valencia 'Street, Ocean View,
7.00 a Richmond. Port Costa. Bonicia, Suisun, Cemeteries,- South San Franeiaco.
Dixon. Sacramento, Roseville, Marys- 23d Strwt, 3rd and Towniead t6-45« ;
vile, Redding. Dunsmuir lyi. 7.23? 620 a South Son Francisco. San Jose, Gibroy,
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville, Rumsoy 7.28p (Hollistfr), Ssrgrnt, Pajaro, Watson-
7.00a Davis, Woodland (Marysville. Oro- vCle, Santa Crui. v 7^o*l
ville), Williams, Maxwell. \V2lows, 7.00 a South San Frsncisco. Palo Alto, Saa :
Hamilton, Corning. Red Bluff 7.28p Jof*. Way Stations 7.35 m
7.00 a Newark, Saa Jose. Los Gatos, Wright, 7.00* MayF.c ld. Los Aitof, Los Gatos 17.20*1
- v Fdton (Boulder Creek). Saota Crux. . 9.58? B.ooa Shore line Limited— Paso RoWes Hot
7.40 a Vallejo, Kapa, Calistoga, Santa Rosa, Springs. San*a Barbara, Low Aagrles. 9.30"»
Martinez. Saa Rarcon ...... 6.C80 8.05 a The Coaster— San Jo», Pa»ro (Wat-
. 4C» Niles, Pleasanton, Liv-rmore, AIU- ' eonvflle. Santa Crtu). tastroyille.
' rnont, Lathrop, Stockton 7.28fi (DH Monte, Monterey, PariSe Grove).
7.40*1 Tracy, Los Banop. Kennaa, Fresno, falina«, Sotedad. Paso Robles Hot
Hanford, Visalia... — 4.28p Fprmss,' San Luis Obispo. Surf.
20a Port ("osta, Martinez. Bj-ron, Trar;-. (Lompoc^. Santa Barbara, Veatura,
Stockton, Merced,, Fresno. Goshrn Oxnard, Los Angdes 11.45>
Junction (Hanford. Armona), Visalia, 8.20 a MaySrld, Los Altos. Los Gatos. Wright,
Porterville, BakersSeld 4.48p' Glrairood( Boulder Crwk), Santo Cms.
8.20 a Yosemite Valley via Merced. *.. 7.48p Watsonville, C»strovi!le,- C«4 Monte,.
9.00 a NUes, LiTermo.-f, Stockton (\u2666Milton), Monterey. Pacific Grove &089
Valley Spring, lose, Sacramento. ' 4.28j> 9.00 i San Jo«e. Gilrov. Sa!ina^ Ps» RoNes
9.00 a Sonora, Tuolumne and Angels 4.28p Hot Springs, San Luis Obispo — Tres
9.00 a Atlantic Express — Sacramento, True- . Pinos— Wat-onville, Santa Cru*. Del
kw, O?den, Sslt Lake City, Denv«r. Monte. Monterey,. Pacific Grove 4.00f
i" : -' ~;v Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.28p 10.40 a South San Francisco. Burlingame. San
9.40 a Richmond. Port Costa, Martin»», Matro. Palo Alto, Saa Jose 6.30 a
10.20a vdiffikreisiind.N.pa::::::::::: ul& |o *°« **\u25a0**»> •««*» ViBt »-^t^i{ ''f.tS
1 0.20 a Los Angdes Pa-»en«r— Port Costa, 11.30 a Valencia Street. Ocean Vifw, Cofcna,
Martinez, Byron, Tracy, Stockton, • \u25a0 Cemeteries, Baden, San 8run0...... 1.35*1 -
Merced, Fww-io, Hanford, Visalia, 1 1.40 a South San Francisco,- San Jose. ...'... tB.2Ca
Rakfrsneld. Los Angeles 7.48p 2.00-t Del Monte Express— San Jot*. Gilrov.
10.40 a San Francisco Overland limited — Sargent (Watsonville, Santa Crui),
Denver, Kansas City, St, Louis, " Del Monte. Monterey, Pacific Grov». 12.30* •
Omaha, Chicago 7.28j» 2.05p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
11.20 a Shasta Limited— Portland, Tacoma, Jose.. 8.40« •
Seattle... 9.18p fZJOSf Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gatoa. .. )3£Bf .
12.00ri Goldfield Pass.— Port Coeta, Benicia. 3.00p South Si-n Francisco. San Mateo. Saa
Sacramento, Truckee, Hazen, Mina, \u25a0 Jose, Gilroy, Tres Pines, Salinas (o.loa.
Tonopah, Goldfield, Lsws, Keeler 7.48 a 3.00p Watsonville, Santa Cruz. Castroville.
IZOOn Marysville. Chlco. Red Bluff 4.28p , Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove. IO.O5»
1.20p N'fles, Irvinrtoa, San Jose 2.48p 3.40p Santa Clara, Saa Jose, Los Gatos,
l.4Cp San Lramiro, Niles, Centerville, f 9.08 a Wristht (Boulder Creek), Santa Crux,
Ne-rark, San Jose..;. ..\ 7^Bp Wat-onvMe. Ptjaro 10.05*
I Newark, San Jose. Lou Gatos, Wright, 4.00p Sunset Exp*r«-» — Tucson, Detning,
Felton (Boulder Creek), Santa Cruj.. 9.58p D Psso. Houston. New Ortesn*.
2.40p San Leandro, N2es, San Jo-e... 9.28 a Pas> Robies Hot Sprinn, San Luis
3.00p Benicia, Winters, Sscramento— Wood- V Obispo. Santa Barbara. Los Aajeiw. 11.40b
land, Marvsville, Oroville— Yolo, 4.00p Kißsas Citr. St. Louis. Chicago iMOa
Arbuckle, William?, Willows 10.43 a 4.20p South San Yrancisco, San Jo»e f9-«X>*i
3.00p Via SausaUto, West Xspa, St. Helena, tS.OOp H'irlinzarne, San Mateo, P-tl» Alto.
Calbtoja 10.37 a San Jose and Way Station- 9.40«
3.20p Port Costa (Stockton), Martine*,/ 12.03 a |505p Loop— 23d Strert. Visitaeioa. South
Byron, Modesto, Merced, Fresno.. \ 10.38 a San Fraucfaeo, Valenria Street...;.. tB-lBfi
" 4.00p Vallejo. Xspa, Calktoga, Santa Rosa. t5.20p Redwood. Palo Alto, San Jorv l.lOp
Martinez, San Ramon, Dougherty, +5.20p Los Altos. Mont» Vista, Loa Gatof... +3.20»
- Livermore ." 9.28 a |5.25-» Buriingame. San Mateo. San Jose . \ZJ2Op
4.00p Niles (CenterviUe), Tracy, Stockton { 10.28 a J5.30p Loop— Valencia Street. Ocean View.
Lodi... I 10.33» Cemeteries, South San Francisco.
i 4.40p Saa Leandro, Hayward, Xfles, Pleas- 23d Street, 3d and Townsend t8.40p
anton, Lhrermore, Tracy, Jfewman, 5.40? San Bruno. San Mateo. Redwood. Palo
Kerman. Fresno 8.28 a Alto. Santa Clara. San Jose 7.40«
5.00p Richmond. Pinole. Vallejo, * Port , l7<) t5.4Cp Los /Jtos, Monta Vista. Los Gatos. .. {9/40*
Costa, Benicia. Suisun, Sacramento \'nol t6.00p Millbrae. San Mateo, Palo Alto, May-
.— Hoseville, Marj-svflle. Oroville. . . J ' MUf field. Los .\ltos. Los Gatos : . . tB-00»
•inon Puwll tJsn TV»» r™ n-.t<M i «. 9 - 28 * t6-05p 23d Street, Viaitacion. South Saa
5.00p RusseU. San Jose. Los C.atos | « B Mf Franciwo. Valencia Strert tZIBp
8.20p San Leandro, Niles, San J0«... 7.48 a f6.25p Loop— Valeaciri Street, Ocean View.
B.oop Owl Limited— Los Angeles B.oBa Cemtteries. South San Francisco.
6.40p Eastern Expre-s— Oi?den, Pueblo, Den- . 23d Street, 3d and Townsend f7.40|"
ver, Kansas Citr, St. Louis, Chicaso. . . 6.30p South San Francisco. San Jose. ...*... SAQf
Port Costa, Benicia. Sacramento, B.oop Los .\niteles Pa-nrager— Gilroy^alinas,
Reno, Sparks *.: 8.28? \u25a0 Paso Robles Hot Spriotta, San Lui-i
6.40? Harvard, Xfles and San Joy 6.48p Obi-po, Piano. Santa Barbara, Los
J7.00p VaUejo, Port Co-ta, -Martinei, Bay . Angeles 8.30 a
Point snd Way Statfens tH.»Bp 11.45p South San Francisco. Palo^Alto.f 7^op
- 7.40p Richmond. Port Costa, Byron, Tracy, \u25a0'\u25a0 ' S*nJo»e. ...1 7^o>
Lathrop. Stockton .- 12.48 p.«»., r-mnv> \u25a0«»•\u25a0..• ,#, <. l, ,_,
B.2opOreznn Express-Davis. (Sacramento). \u25a0 LOCAL FERRY TRAIHS-VTa Oakland Pltr.
Willow-!. Redding (Khinath Fallt), To Oakland. B«rk*l«y. Btrryman, East Oakland aad
Ashland, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, . Fruitvals — Dajy— From d.OO ajn.. and every tweatT
\u25a0 Spokane... .......'... 9.48 a -minutes unt3 7.00 pjn. inetustve; then 7.40. 8.20.
8.00)1 China and Japan Fast Maß— Oftdp-i. 9.00. 9.40. 10.20. 11.00 aad 11.40 p..-n.. 12^0 and
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas Gty, 1.20 a.m.
Omaha, Chirago.. .../.".... To Sathtr and Mtlrow via Saventh St— Daily— From
9.40p Saturdays— Hunters train, San Jose 9.00 a.m., and every twenty minutes until 7.00 pjn.
. via Newark J7.48p inrlasive, then 11.40 pjn.
M.OOp Nfles*. Pleasanloa, Liverraore. Lathrop, To Stonehurit— Daflr— 6.oo, 7.00, ?.00, 9.00 aja., £20, |
Modesto. Merced, Fresno, Hanford .. 10.38* 3.00. 4.&0, 5.00, 6.40 pja.
I 1.40p Portland Express— .Sacramento, Marys- To Oakland First St.. 1 Frultv»!e. Alameda, via Horiwha*
ville. Red Bluff, Weed, Ashland, Port- — Da'dy— From t^OO, 6.20 ajn. and every twenty
hnd. Tacoma, Seattle 12.28p minutes until 5.20 a.m. inclusive: then 9.00. 9.30,
KETHERLAND'S ROUTE-From Pacitie Strert Wharf. i 0i 0^ 0 -, l^! l^ l^ 2^°- 12m -1 2 - 20 • Lo °- 1 - 20 -
tl.OOp Sacramento River Steamer? tU^Op 2.00.. 2.20. 3.00. 3.20 t ta.4o pjn. and rrery twenty
I Stmr. Ap»ehe. Mon.. Wed., Fri. 7 *,* n Y, l 7ii laglw: V^ a2o i 9 i°&. 9MK
Stmr. Xavajo. Tues.. Thurs.. Sat. W£>>. "•/» «»d lL4fl » pjn 1120 and L2O aj«.
n*Lfi»ur> uAPpna — cronv — c ._ ... — c^.-.i... Additional tram to Oakland First St.-2.15 aja.
ift£.t Sfr^J wSSf wwk f™ Rm To Wtrt Bwfceley-naav-Frcm 6.00 ajn. and every
a.m.. 12.40. 2.U 3.40. 5.15. 6.43. 8.10 and 9.40 p.m. tnd tvmty minote9 unta 700 pTa> „„*,£«;
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Alomwia Pier. then 7.40. 8.20, 9J30. 940. 10.20, 11.00, IL40 pjn. an<«
.To Oakland and Alam«<U— f6.». t«.45 a.m.. and then 12.20. aja.
10 and 45 minutes past the hoiir until 7.45 p.m.: then To Corbin — Daily — From 6.00 a.m. and ewry 20 minuteti
&30, 9.15. 10.00, 10.45. 11.30 p.m. and 12.15 a.m. until 8.20 a.m., then 9.00. 10.00 a.m.. 12X0 m.. 1.00.
To Alameda and Fruitval* via Horwthoa tanw it above. 2.QQ. 3.CQ. 4.00. 4.20. 4.40. 5.00. 5.20. 5.40 tnd Bioop.m.
a for Mornicg. p for Afternoon. I Union Trantfer Co. authorixed to check Baggaga
* Sunday excepted.' {Sunday only. | direct from residence.
I >t^B^ A T & S F — Rvl I^B^k Schedule Effective
/_H_\ ' Trains Leave November 15, 1909
C'^l'fliMyi JiTL liaH " Leave SZgjgy v.mo.v ferry depot? .-.
m^mzt San Francisco _,- TIJ> SAl^^"""° A , rl ,.
I --^L^ * gSB ';'m -\u25a0 \u25a0 Mn-rUet «itre-t 7:-Jua.Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Healds-I
vJ£Z nlrlt \ bur ?- CloTer.Ule. Uktsh. WlUita.
terry ucpoc Sherwood. Sebastoixil. 'Gnome'-
' Till*. »Mt. Rio. -"Duncan Mills.. 6:17-» •
Leave For IA-51.1 P.M. 8:20 a »Pt. -Reyes, •lit. Rio •Cazadero,. t«:s7p "
RaL-«<-cfii>l/1 \u25a0 7-1 *> H-nO-lfl-nil 8:20 a ••Sonoma, ••Glen Ellen .. :. tsrS"j» • •<
WakerShCld ,ts2b2rtnisi J9 :OOa Petaluma. Santa Rosa. ClOTerdale titt* »
Chicago 7 :lo 8:00-10:00 ll:ooa'Petalnma. Santa Rosa . . 4:1?« &
Fresno ' 7*15 4*oo-B*oo-10*00 3:O °P Petalnma. Santa Rosa, Healdstarff.f «,l
\u25a0/-* J i r- **- 7 ica' ifLin'JvT Cloverdale. Uklah, GuerneTilO .
Grand Canyon... 7:15 8:10-10:00 ,- ut:. bio. Duncan mhis, sebaa-f
Hanford ........ 7:15.... -10:00 ; jJ-JzL»& i *rAii;j- : r; I 1I 10 * 37 * -
Voncno r**t« 7-1 S 8-nO-i O-00 ?4:oOpfPt. Reyes. Occidental .T
Kansas Uty..... /. 13 ».uu-iu.-w 4:4)>p Soooma Glen
Merced ......... 7:154:00- 8:00-10:00 5:20p Petalama. Santa Ro»a ..| 8:37» t
\u2666Stockton ....... 7:154:00- 8:00-10*00 electkic subukban via SAiraAXJto "
Stockton Oakdale *-- Santalito. Hill Valley. Saa Rafael— Dally
atocKton,«jaKaaie . -» every 40 mtontM trt)m - :00 ,. nmVntu 9:00 .*
& -Sierra. -Kail- . m.: then hourly until 4:0O p. m.; then every 4O
way Points.... 9:45 ..T:.V^. t minntes nntll 6:40 p. m.; then 8:00 and 10:0O ~
t..i»,« v 7-i*; a-nrt.in-nn p- "»• «\u25a0"<! 12:01. a. m.
Tlllare / .1» o-W"*"*"" " Fairfax-Leave San FTanclw t7:00. 7:40. 8:20.
Visalia .......... 7:15 8:00-10*00 B:0O, 1O:OO. ll:0O a., m.. t*2:oo noon. tl:00, *
Vos^mite 7*15 . 2:00. '4:00. 4:40, 5:2» and «:0O p. m.
yosemue ' " ' ' Saa Qusatln Tia San Rafael— Leave 9:00 a. m. ;
. "Stockton Local leaves 1:25 P. M. - an< j 2:0O p. m. r
' ' Tiburon and BelTedar»— l7:oo. 17:40. 10:13 4
California Limited through to Chicago leare* at a . m . (| 12:0O noon, except Saturday >. t!2:30. \u0084j
10:00 p.m. Office*— « 73 Market atrtfet a«d Mar- j4 :0 o, §5:20. 7:15 p. m. Sunday-t. |7:0O, |7:40, .n
ket itrest Ferry- Depot. Saa FraacUco; liU io:is a. m.. 12:30. |4:0O, |3:20. 7:13 p. m.. '\u25a0£
Broadway. Oakland. ~ - - ' ' -".»- \u25a0 -- \u25a0 1 12:01 a. m. - • --z.
•• — — — ...... . . , ....- 'Sunday arrlTe 7:37 p. m. ••Sunday arriT* ;^
*\r>r* t. Tki r*uriif»r« nm AIUV 6:57 p. m.: fExcept Sunday. {Sunday only. —~
OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY «3aturday only. |VU SauaaUto.
\u25a0 -..\u25a0-• •;_\u25a0-. Pacific Transfer Company's ajrents are antnof -:
F. S. Stratton; , BeceiTer. *i?d to check bag-rase direct from residence.- >i
Lt S F. flatly— t»*oo«,»3:3op. Ar. S. F. .. . . :: — — — ;—:; — : : : r.
sta S e for ,an Ore- - MUIR WOODS .. £
gorio and Pe^cadero. \u0084 ; r'i'ijijjn AND
= TAMALPAIS 1
DAY A\D IXTERUKBAX ROUTES V|A SAUSAU TO FERRY »
. -/• FOOT OP M*RKET ttftltt 'Z-
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD VV '- \u25a0 : .uwmmn*m™m*v\£
'X-Vallejo,Napa, St. Helena WtfUty Smiay VwkfaT( $mmi £ wttUayt s»S :^
ST. HELEXA-XAPA VALiEY ROUTE 10:00 a ~~9lOO« t7:35» l 12:03r< 7:35* tf»*4ta''s
MontlceUoS. S.- Co. and NapaVaUey Electric . 2:00p 10*00» 1:50^2:00? t:45» *1 :52« \u25a0-•
;R. X; Co. r Close connection*. v. . \u25a0 •4:40» 11:00 a ©2:55»* : 3:03» 4:25*> * I*4sp -*\u25a0
6-ROUXD TRIPS DAILY— « .....' \:QQp 4:39 pl 4:2«f *9:lSp :2"-f2p: 2"-f2p ;.z
1 Boat* [leave San Francisco 7:00, ,*9:45 a; m., ...... . ?:oOp ....^-l s"tBp ..V..". Mot ".
12:30 noon. 3:15; 6:00, i»8:30 p.m. ... r . 3:00 p....;.'...;.. ...... 5:33p
San Francisco landing and office.' Clay street «3.» —i g *\t nn m i v (aTamalnaia ontT U
wUarf.-; north: end 'ferry building. Market street S^'^G&t!SEJS rSSpFSd \S?i Market v
ferry. .MealsaUa carte. Phone Kearny 40tt. k^ <^^!^«»v«n>T &m£ri? %
•Lands nary yard direct. ; Gea«al Offic»-Mar\-aiey.C«nionii* -rv
--,--., . \u25a0\u0084•- \u25a0-•..-........,' "TAVEIIN OF.TAIULFiUS- and -MU» BOI"S
THE .WEEKLY CALL, fl - PER * YEAR «% «lw«-rt •***! i* JPtWtl rf<
AUCTION SALES-
AT AUCTION Jfe
* JANUARY 2«TH. WEDNESDAY. 11 A. XL
45 head of all purpose horses and mares, wagons, ,
and harness. . \u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0 '. \u25a0$1
563 Fourth st., Oakland. ' ' |j
AT PUBLIC AUCTION^^; r
Thursday. Jannary. 27. at 11 a. m.. 203-aoa Va- " •
lencia st., a larg? assortment of 80 hors«a - and
meres, wagons, buggies and harness; horses guar-
anteed; will be tried lmruedlaiely after the sale;
outside stock sold of commission. Park 2723.
Wil. CLOUGH. Auctioneer.
MARSEILLES—Arrived Jan 25—Stmr Ma
donna, from New York.
Sailed Jan 2i—Stmr Venezia. for New York.
AUCKLAXD —ArrtTed Jan 25—Stmr Limerick,
from San Francisco.
BOSTON —Arrived Jaa 25—Stmr Cret!e, from
Genoa and Naples. - :
Memoranda
Per sclir Spokan« — Had succession of SB gales
entire passage .down. >
Per schr Roy Sinners — On Jan 19. off Cape
Mendocino. saw 4 3 masted schooners; light SK
gale blowing at tbe time; had suce«sslon of SE
winds all the way down.
Per schr Alpena. at San Frsnctsco Jan 25 from
Newcastle. X. S. W.— Had a succession of TVNW
gales for 15 day*: on Jau 12. latitude 32 north,
longitude 144 west, had a heavy WS"W «al» . :
lasting 24. hours with a higb cross sea; blaw g
away several sails. :
The bark Kalolanl has been sold to the Al.uk* .
packers' association. The name will be changed S
to Star of Finland. ' ;ii
VICTORIA. Jan 25— Br stmr Tees, prerlot-slj*
reported liuvinc picked up abandoned schr Susie
M. Plummer. expects to tow same tc» Royal
road*.- . -
LIVERPOOL. Jan 25 — Br «tmr Lusltania. from S
New York, arrived at noon: w«- unable to land PJ
passengers and mall at Flsnjfttard on account of
1 heavy gale. ' \u25a0 •-.
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