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StS* dec. gasoline, in bulk P^V, in oases 37',4c;
I «rnish makeir" nnd painters" naphtha, in bulk
'. in oases iSVic. \u25a0
I \u0084 orpentine — Ssc por gallon in cases and 7Sc
"Ik, <lrumf and iron Jaarr^ls.
. -In (per lb of 280 lhst— E. |El 3; K. ?7.20;
'v. J;.3ii; 11. $7..".5; I. f7.S«:WW. JIO.W.
Bed and White J^ad— Bed, fS;[email protected]!V-; White,
I S\<q£\c per lb.
Canned Fruits— The Callfornhi frnit canners'
I association quotes prices for 190» frultn, i. o. ».
I -factory, as follows: '\u25a0\u25a0•".* \u25a0{'.'?:\u25a0
! ~~T~- ~~~ '\u25a0 z is is
P. P »P
* CJ IC CM
VARIETY - JS f B
• £ JS.
\ Apples .". 2.00j1.tK>j1.40
Apricots 2.15)1.60 1.25
Blackberries 2- 2 V 1.60 1.25
Cherries 2.25 1.75 1.40
1 Cherries .iwbite) - M 1.75 1.40
Grapes (whfte.tauseat) 2.00 1.40 1.10
! ?<>»ch«« tallow free) |2.15.... 1.35
i reaches (lemon cling) (2.30 1.50 1.33
I Fears (Bartlett) 2.502.00
I plums 2.00 1.301.05
\ Strawberries 1 2.25
Canned Asparagus— The California packers' as- |
t-ociation quotes prices for the 1910 pack as
followt: Mammoth white. iKtlea. No. 2^. '
J3.40: white. No. -.'"-i. 5-.f"o; i?re«-n, p«eled. No.-,
:*-~g. $">; jreen. No. 2H- $2.20; large white,
peeled. No. 2» a . $3.10; white. No. 2&. $2.45;
preen, peeled. No. 2^. J2.75: crt>*n, No. 21^,
•J2.15: medium white.'No. 'In, fZJUi green. No.
• Vs. $2-05: *niall wb!te. No. 2*4, $2.25; green, I
No. 2Vi. *"2: white tips, medium. No. 1, #2.45; :
rms.ll. No. 1. J2.30; jrreen tips, medium. No. 1,
$.2; small. No. 1. J1. .%""\u25a0: tvup tips, round can No.
3. $1.40: soup tips, round can No. 8. $3.25.
- Canned Peas — The California packers* associa
tion Quotes the following prices for canned peas,
jiack of l»lo: Pt-tlt po-.»." il.iii: extra fine sifte<l.
J1.40; extra sifted, 51.20; sifted. $1; standard,
B0« gallon, -sifted. $4.50; gallon, standard, $4.
Canoed Tomatoes, 190S» pack— Standard, No.
2V». Wic; No. 3. Sso; No. S. S2.:H). v
Coffee— Costa Rica. B'i^l* 1 ; Salvador. B',«@
i:>r; Nicaragua, 10fgl3»-.c; Ouatemala-Mexlcan,*
\u25a0^(if 14t-; Hawaiian, 5»6414!5c; Ecnador, 9»4-i3i
yulcksiiver — $44.50(i4*> per Cask for local use
and J-i .:\u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0».\u25a0!. .Vi |*r Cask fur ex]>ort.
Cordage — Manila. dV«c; sisal, f-c: Elsal bale
rope. V(3& l^c per !b. net cash, no discount.
Salt — Bales, common, - $1.50; granulated, $2;
dairy, common. $10.50 for 50s and $13.50 for
jrt; -i«t; half ground, per ton, $7.f.ucg« for
W . ; rock *alt, *T(ij.7.*iO; imitation Liverpool,
$Ui'.«'' n P* r ton.
*-i!Ciac Codflsb — The Union Ssb company quotes
\u25a0as follows: Bandies, naal!. whole, M) lb bales,
4"-SC; cases, regular, large, whole. 100 lb boxes.
$*i.sor cases, extra. 100 lb boxef. $C; cases, east
ern etrle. $6.75; Anchor brand. 7c; narrow gauge,
7 lie; Silver King, Jh-; Golden State, 7%c; White
Sesl. middles, lu'<!*'>4« ; Sesbriglit, blocks, 7%ti
oriental blocks. 7^ic; Crowu brand, tablets,
!>*>ici Pearl, tablets., SVjc; s'll> boxes fancy bone-
Jess, ll>c;' 2 lb boxes fancy boneless, lie; half
bblß -pickled cod. $5.50 each. :. '
.The Alaska codflsh company quotes as follows:
Bundles, small, -whale,' 4"-» c; oases, regular,
large; whole, s"^c; case*, extra. Cc; cases, eatit
eru ?tyle. H\c; Frigate. 7c; narrow Paragon,
71-c:. Monarch, Sc: Wertern Pride. 7V->e;| Impe
rial,' lOfilOHc; Ocean Wave, 7*>ic; Siberia. 7Uc;
Stir, 2-IJ) tablets. Mic; Pacific Belle. 1 lb tab
let(i.*V|C: Choice Bits, crates. 12 5 lb boxes, 10c;
do SO 2 lb hoxes, lie; pickled cod. half bbls.
$5.50 each. ' . '
Canned Salmon — The London Grncerg' <lsrette,
Fe"t>n:ary 12. reporto the Liverpool market «»
follows: Salmon continues very active, and half
l*Mirid tltjs • have advaared quite' fid to Is per
<»se." Flats and tails ere steady at late reported
tn.tejs....' Alaska 'is blooming scarce again, a»d
the cisrket is beginning to make inquiries as to
the Hppr(*sini«Te daio nf ttip arrival of the next
veswl. '\u25a0 . \u25a0 '
HEFIXEB MGAR MARKET ;>^
Thf. Weotern nug.ir refining company quotes as
follow*, term* net rasU: Standard fine granu
lated. 5.5.V; stanflard onars* granulated. 5.5 V;
fruit gfauvlari-d. S.S.'o: cut loaf, in barrels only,
7..W;. H. '& E. «TTstai dominos. 5 lb cartons In
rjfefi S.-Jjc; ''.ri 2 !}• cartons In cases, 9. ft .V;
monnW-h har. S.pfV; (ablets in half bbls. 6.05 c;
Exempt from Taxes
Paying from
41/4%4 I /4% to sxhVo5 x hVo income
' ...Complete descriptive circular
No. 909 upon request
I. H. ROLLINS & SONS
FIRST KATIOHM. BAKK BLDS. SECURITY BIOS.
: SAM FRAIIC«Cp -• -.-i* 10S AKGttES
Buy Premier . ;
Now
\u25a0 \u25a0.. ''aiul . uttiripate- -the advance In price
/."'.frhich will sarely follow tl)«^ dividend an-
\u25a0 .iiounot-inent.- :\u25a0 No oth«*r infestment is so
..'-rare. -.to' n>*ll»f a constantly in«-*>«s-ing
" \u25a0 .vi^ld »pon '«• steadily-erowinE prlnolpal.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.- \u25a0 .Look "Ijito -tl>i»«- investment while tb«e Is
\u25a0 : ?+.% .time to bay *t th«» present low price.
•' .The «ook -in • intrinsically • worth $2.00
•'" \u25a0• per ehjre.now. <>n_ tUe basis of- present
\u25a0 . •" pjirninK*. . And these earnings will double
•*. and' <jn*drnple. We urge immediate
• . purcliase.
Lincoln Mortgage and Loan Company
, . I4th Floor,. i«6 Geary Street
." . '- . San Francisco
N»w York •\u25a0 Seattle " I»s Acseles
E. F. BUTTON & CO.
490 Callforula St. Tfl, Douelan 2457
St. FrancU Hold . -I>L JinutcUm 38?2
Members of. New York Stock Exchange
I'lniiK-rHfliisf-
* Private Wire to Chiracn and
Xew York
' R. E. MirCAHIJV, Manager
PKIVATE WIRE. CHICAGO, NEW TOKK.
WESTERJC U3STION CODE.
J. C. WILSON
MEMBER
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE, . •
I CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE, BAN
FRAXCISCO.
Main Office Branch Offices
KSXLS BLDO.. S. F. PALACE HOTEL
Correspondenta (Main Corridor)
HARRIS. WINTHROP S«n Fmncisco.
It. Co., HOTEL ALEXANDRIA
25 Pinp St.; Nptt York 'Ixm Anpfllef
3 Uookery. Chlrairu HOTEL DEL CORO-
1711 Stout= Strr»-t. NADO,
• Denver. Colo. . Coronado Beaeb.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS
The Mast JLttraetU* Investment i» the World
at Present Prices
For Full ' Particular*
Banker, j. s. BACHE & CO. ° »-^y.
40^ Profit by March sth
W> all know: that good- California Oil Htocks are appreciating rapidly in Value.'!- Coal-
iutra Cradf i* no exception, to this rulo. for on or 'before March o tbe. price of : this, stock >
advan«-e» from its present initial lowest price of 2%c to .'{.*« -per share (par jl.00)." This
advance Ik fully juctlficd »»y thf rapid projrreKS t^^Jpc made- in- the. derelopment of ".the:
property, which is one of the choicest pieces of absolutely proven' territory in the entire,
Coalings Field. The Coal I npa* Crude Is an exr-eedinj-Jy clean ontoore^ilzntlon. trtth a 6tnall
capita Mzatinn andtio promotlrtn stock; owns Its laipl, which fit. is ac^Tely.dereloplnK. \u25a0 This'
2*W> prJ<;e U the lowest at wbh-h any stock has liren sold. The ofUcrrs paid this foKthelr
Mock. inveMment in" thl«'stock : if l in wo «>ent<e a^spepulatlon. but a wisp. oonscrTative
in-feftroent.'witli every possibilltr of rapid Increase tn value and early larjre dividends.
. The illuftruted Oil Ma"ia^ine-;"Seciirltie«" tells all about this In j*« latest issue... C»\\
at our offh-e for free t-opy or send us this coupon and it trill be mail *1 yotf^Tree for three;
month*. \u0084"'"\u25a0• * ' * . \u25a0 .•_
• . " * crrui'ox WS£l *'\u25a0\u25a0' '-\u25a0 : \u25a0/•\u25a0*'.
BURR BROTHERS. IKC, 501 First' Xat'l Bank Bldr., 6an Francisco— Gentlemen ":", I'lease"
hend -tne, freo «f •yr>*t,' information • re-jardlnK stock . referred to above; also free* copies of
oil rnneatlac '•Sfvuriiles*' fot pit months — nil this without any obligation whatever. on> my"
part. . '• ' BBSM " ' '\u25a0'•\u25a0' '
Street and Numlx-r : City \u0084. . JS^SS^Bj^WSWlj^iS.^Syjffi':''*. •'\u25a0V-
do In boxes/ o.3oc:" cubes ;and A crushed,- li.SOc;
monarch . powdered, \u25a0\u25a0o.eoc; "- XXXX powdered,
5.65 c; candy granulated. 5.65 c; confectioners*; A,
5.55 c; confect4"nere' crystal,., s.6sc: extra fine
granulated, 5.35 c; magnolia' A, 5.15 c; extra C,
5.05 c; golden C, 4.95 c; IV 4.BT>c. Barrels and M
lb bag»-.loc. half bbls 25c. boxes ."iOc more per
100 lbs than for bags of 100 lbs net Bar In 33
and 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in 8 and' lo lb tins
$2.35 more per 100 lbs than price for this grade
in 100 lbs bags. - , \ . f ' - •
The California and Hawaiian - sugar refining
company quotes a s follows: (iranulated -basis,
5.55 c; "Higrade" bar, s.!K>c; powdered, 5.65 c; A
crushed. s.»y>c; berry. 5.55 c; C. & H. extra fine
dry granulated. 5.55 c; coarse dry. granulated.
5.55 c: confectioners' A.' 5.55 c;' confectioners'
•crystal. 5.65 c; cubes, 5.80 c; bricks. 5.80; -extra
flue dry. granulated .(100 lb bars -only), 5.35 c;
excelsior A, 5.15e; extra, C. 5.05 c; golden ! C,
4.05 c; yellow /^. 4.85 c; cut loaf. In bills : only.
7.55 c; H. & E. crystal domlnos, 5 lb cartons In
cases; fc.ssc; do 2 ib cartons in cases, 9.05 c. Ad
ditional per 100 lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags,
10c more; half bbls, 25c more; boxes, 50c more
for ail grades. Bar !u 35 and 40 lb tins, $1.70
more; in 10 lb tins, $2.&imore.. Minimum order,
carload weight. \u25a0 v
- Xew York Prodnoe
NEW XDRK, March, I.— Hops— iQulet.
Hides— Easy. " - '.
I 'et rolenm — ? tea Jy.
Svgar — Raw .firm; muscovado. S9 test. 3'.S!>c;
centrifugal, 96 test. 4.33 c; molasses sugar, S3
test. 3.64 c. \u25a0 Refined steady. ' . . ' ,
Coffee — Futures closed ;as follows: March,
G.!»0c; April; 7c: May, 7.05 c; June, 7.10 c; July.
7.10 c: August. 7.15 c; September. October. No
vember, December. January and February, 7.10 c.
Spot steady; No. 7 Rio, .8«ic: No. 4 Santos, 8V&
&SU«"- Mild quiet: Cordova. 9%@l2^ic.
\u25a0 Butter — Finn; western imitation. creamery, 24
Q-Mc. :.'.-.-. .; " " .
Cheese— Firm and unchanged.
Eggs — Unsettled; western -firsts, ~ 22%@23c;
seconds, 21ij^*I2c.' •.-..• 1 .
••;..- DRIED FRUITS .'
Evaporated Apples— <}uiet; April delirery;
e^c; spot, fancy. 10"^«ailc;- Aolrt, [email protected];
prime. «"} 4 @7Vjc; common to fair, Csi6%c.
Prunes— Firm : California up to 30-40s, 2*4 @
914 c; Oregons. H'CiZc. - .- ; '. '" ...
Apricot*— Firm"; choice. llViQll&c; extra
choice. Il%(!tl2-;c; fancy. 12(gl3V;c.
Peache* — Steady; choice, 6'<' t <g7c; extra choice,
7(i-7>4c: fancy, 7»«-SSc. •
Raisins — .Steady; loose- muscatel. 3i>[email protected] s ic;
choice to fancy seeded, 'sfii6Hc: seedless. 3^4 @
4»ic; London layers, $1.15-gl.-£i.
Chldif-rn Dairy Prodiipe Market
CHICAGO. March I. — Bntter— Strong. .Cream
eries. [email protected]; dairfes. [email protected] -
. Eggts — Receipts. 9,S">r>7 cases. Easy; at mark,
cases included. 18ft|21e;. first*, 2lc; prime firsts,
22c. . \u25a0 -' .-.\u25a0
Cheese — Steady. Daisies, 16?; «5; 17c: twins.
[email protected]'!-«c;. Young Americas^ 16>A<sl6*4C; long
home, 16U(g16»4c -•;. --\u25a0'.•\u25a0 r
I>oh Anjsrles Markets
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. March I.— Eggs declined tor
day on tbe produce exchange. Butter and
cheese remain firm at yesterday's prices. >
Yellow sweet potatoes have advanced 50c to
53 per ctl.
Receipts of /produce were: Egss, 546 cases;
butter, 38,309 pounds; cberse, 1.380 pounds; po
tatoes, 4.1u.'( »ark«; onions. 500 sacks; beans,
530 sacks; sweet potatoes, none; armies, none.
Butter (per 21b roll)— Creamery ." extra, 70c;
creamery, first, fiSc; eastern creamery, extras,
65c; conking butter. 22c per lb.
Eggs iper doz)— Extra select, 26c; local ranch,
candled, first*, 24c; case count. 21*£ c; storage
parked, extras, 22e; storage packed, seconds,
2C«?.
Cheese <per lb» — Northern fresh, 21p; eastern
singles. [email protected]; eastern' twins, 2Oc; eastern
Cheddars. [email protected]; eastern longhorn. 21c; eastern
daisy. 21c". Swiss, Imported, ,30c; brick cream,
20c; Oregon daisy. 20c.
Beans (per ctl) — No. 1 pink. [email protected]: No.
1 limas. [email protected]; Lady Washington. J4.50;
small whites. f5.40(&5.50; blackeyes, $4.75; Gar-
Tanrai-, *4.G0; lentils. *7.
Potatoes (per ctl) — Salinas. $t.Cr><ai.7s: high
lands. 51.15fa1.50; Lompoc. $1.G5(it1.75; Watson
rille. $1.50<51.75; white. [email protected]: red. |2: Ore
gon early rose. 52; white rose, $2; Merced
6weets, $2.50<52.75.
Hantern Livestock Market
SOUTH OMAHA *"- ;^
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Marcb- I.— Cattle—
Receipts, 4.400; market stron-j: to 10c hipher.
Native itteers, $4-. 75^7. 60; cows and heifers,
?4.30(g0; cannery, $2.75<§.3.75; • stookers and
feeders. '$3.23^:6.40: calves, [email protected]; bulls,
star*, etc., $3.75©5.*30. •
Hogs — Receipt*. 9,000; market 5c hljther.
Heavy. ?8.50&9.60; mixed, [email protected]: light.
[email protected]; pigs, ?9'[email protected]; bulk, $9.40®
0.50. . •'
Sheep — Receipts, 6,000: market steady to
strong. Yearlings. [email protected]; • wethers, $7®
7.65; ewes. f7<a7.50; lambs. $8.40&9.40.
. Kansas crrr
KANSAS CITY. March I.— Cattle— Receipts.
S.0O0; market steadj. Native steers, [email protected]
7.75; cows and heifers. $3.. "J055. 50; stookers
and feeders. ?4*g6.20; hulls, $4-q.1.50; calves.
[email protected]; western steers, $5.25&7.25; western
«mi, [email protected] - ' .- -
Ilcjrs — Roceipts. '12.000: market [email protected] higher.
Bulk. f9.30©0.«>5: heavy. $9.6()i5?».70: pack
ers and butchers, [email protected]; light, $9<"j9.50;
pira. [email protected]».
Sbeep — Receipts, S. 000; market steady.' Mut
tons, |6<§.7.50; lambs. [email protected]: fed west
ern wethers and .rearllnps, $6.50®8.75; fed
western ewes, [email protected] . . :" \u25a0
MISCEW,AXEOUS MARKETS
Cotton Market ' \
NEW YORK. March I.— Untton*s ivire rays:
"The trade In cotton was active and the 'market
developed weakness as the day advanced. The
opening "was firm. Prices . advanced easily on
the strength- of the cables and some reports of a
bullish character In regard to the amount of
cotton taken up by the Patten interests. It
was claimed that tbe amount already taken up
and to be taken up'wonld be sufficient to domi
nate the nearby deliveries. —
"The weather news was also construed a little
adversely to the market. This etlll lacks heavy,
rainfall in Texas, but there Is plenty of mois
ture elsewhere throughout the entire belt.
"Th*" reports, regarding the trade conditions
did not seem to be of a character for the time
i being to stimulate renewed Interest Sn the mar
' ket. and there, was a general disposition to hold
j off and await the developments In"" the March-
May fight."
I Baltimore wires: "It is rumored here that
tbe . directors of the Consolidated cotton duck
company, at their meeting in -Wilmington next
Monday, will pass the semiannual dividend on
preferred stock. This action will be due to the
unsatisfactory condition of the cotton duck trade.
Reports from the south today are that spots
ate in good demand and quite firm."
Spot closed, 10 points lower. Middling : up
, land*. 14.fs>c; mld-lling gulf, l.VlOc Ales (de
' livered on contract). .*»2.10O bales.
COTTON FUTURES v .
Option — Open High I»w Close.
March 14.75 c 14.75 c 14.52 c 14.61 c
April 14.5!) c
May *-. .14.82 c 14.87 c 14.61 c 14.6<5c
June 14.53 c 14.53 c 14.53 c 14.37 c
July 14.5rtc 14.53 c. 14.30 c 34.34 c
August 13.89 c 13.80 c 13.69 c 13.71 c
September 13.01e 13,04 c 12.*5 c 12.88 c
October 12.59 c >2.<30c 12.40 c 12.42 c
November- '... 12. 27 c
December 12.43 c 12.43 c 12.22 c 12.28 c
Boston Wool Market I
BOSTON. March I.— The 'dullness In the local
wool market, which usually precedes the pur
chase of the new clip is more marked tbap for
years. Only small IoU are selling . rapidly, au
thouph holders have made slight concessions.
Some business Is being done in territory wool.,
but there is scarcely any demand . for. fleeces.
I*nlled wools and the foreign product are- also
quiet. ' Domestic quotations range as follows,
scoured basis:
Texas — Fine. 12 months, 70<jj72e: fine, 6 to-S
months, 68Q70c; fine, fall, 60<*j62(.\ .. -
California — Northern. 63<gG5c; middle county.
C2<&6sc; fall free, [email protected],s7c; fall defective, 40®
45c. - . • .. .' \u25a0 : \u25a0
Orrcon-i-Eastern wool No. 1 ftaple, 74(8"5c;
eastern clothing. '06% 72c.
Territory — Staple, [email protected]; fine clothing. ds%
70c: fine medium dothine. 64(iJ6Cc:- half-blood,
«sft66c: three-eighths blood, [email protected]; quarter
blood, 74&75 C. ' - '
M. I.oui* AViiol 31nrk«>t
ST. JA)VIS, March I.— Market oncba.ized- Me
dinm znl*m combing and ciothinak [email protected]:; light
line. 22«527c; heavy, I*lrrj2lc; tub washed, 25
<*£37e. \u0084--.,• -
\evr • York j .Metal . 3larket .
NEW YORK,* March I. —^The market for Rtand
ard copper on the New York metal exchange
wdh dull and unchanged, with spot and all de
liveries to the end of June quoted at 12.57»[email protected]
13.12ty<:. The London market .wan higher and
rlosefl steady, with spot quoted at £59 13* 0d and
f uture* at 100 10». The export* of domestic cop
per from Atlantic ports for the month of Febru
ary amounted to 24, "3 i tons: total exports, ex
clusive of southern and Pacific ports, for Febru
THE v SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. .
ary . were ; 51,493 tons, J against \u25a0 33,076 ' last - year."
Local dealers quote lake,. copper : [email protected] 13. 75 c;
clectrolytlo, [email protected]; casting. . 13fd13.25c.r f
Tin was easy,* with"-' spot ;\u25a0 quoted j at- 32..V)@
32.75 c; March/ 32. [email protected]: ; April,': 32.506t
32.75 c; \u25a0 May * and June, i 32.05((x 32.75 c.—. — The • Lon
don,market was lower and closed easy.: with spot
quoted at £148 5s and 'futures at £149 15s.'i \u25a0 't :j.
Lead \u25a0 was steady,"- with spot quoted at/ 4.60(ii
4,70 c New York and at 4;45<&4..-;Oe East St.
Louis. The • London market ' was, : lower at £13
2s 6d. •' .. .'\u25a0'-. \u0084 ; "\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0- ' -, ; \u25a0--.•' .., * \u25a0:•\u25a0 '
Spelter was firm, with spot quoted at [email protected]
5.90 c New York and at 5.55®.5.6.'>c East \u25a0 St.
Louis. The London market- was unchanged, at
£23 256 d.:- /'»-;\u25a0,--,; .' -:_,-' .- \u25a0;\u25a0;-. . \u25a0' , - : ::y-
Tlie I English Iron market was unchanged at
51s Sd for Cleveland warrants. Locally the mar
ket was reported r st#ady. ' > No. 1 • foundry ' north
ern, .$18.50(^.18.75: No.r2. $18.2.»@18.50: No.- 1
southern and No. 1 southern soft, $18.60<5.18.75.
Xaval . Storeii— Turpentine, and Rosin. '\u25a0
SAVANNAH,' Ga.. March 1. — Spirits T*rpen
tine — Firm at 5914(^59^.0. Sales, 142; receipts,
4ir, shipments, 77; stock. 19,227.
\u25a0 Rosin — Firm. -Sales, 385; receiptp," 612;' ship;
ments, 1,170; stocks. 123,885. Quote:. ,B. $4.25;
D. $4.40; E, $4.45: F, $4.6004.62*4; G, $4.65; H.
$4.70:- I. $4.80; K. $5.80;. M, $0.35; . N, $6.53;
WG, $6.85? WW. $7.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
/ TO ARRIVE -. .^'', \u25a0\u25a0.'",- \u25a0 f
From '-"" I Steamer \u0084,I'Date
Ventura ...".. I San Jacinto.."... Mar. -2
Humboldt \u0084.....\|F. A. Kilburn.. Mar. 2
Hamburg & Way Ports. Itauri ....;:... Mar. 2
Victoria Ella ."...; - Mar. -2
Humboldt ............ Vanguard ..:.".'. Mar. 2
Coquille River.......:. Elizabeth .....'. Mar.'- 2
New York via Ancon . San Jose. ..;'.. • . Mar. " 2
Tahiti ... ......... Mariposa ....... Mar. 2
Seattle & JTacoma.... . Buckman ...... Mar.'. 2
Honolulu WUhelmlna ....Mar. ,2
Seattle k . Tampico" ...... Mar. ?3
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego Mexican V...... Mar. .3
Portland & Aatorla:... Northland ..... Mar., 3
Humboldt ............ J. -J.' Loggie... Mar. 3
Coos Bay ' . . .... . . . : . :. M.' F. Plant .... Mar. 3
Point Arena & Albion. J^omo ........... Mar. 3
Puget Sound Ports . Umatilla ....... Mar. 3
PortlaDd & Way Ports. Santa Clara.... Mar. 3
San Diego & Way . Ports Queen . ......*.. Mar.- 3
Ban Pedro Roanoke . . ..... Mar. 3
Grays Harbor Centralla '.'...*.. Mar. ; 3
Grays Harbor..* '. . Coronado ....... Mar. 4
Corlnto via Sal. Cruz... Erna \u25a0:......... Mar. - 4
China & Japan. ..77..: Tenyo Maru ... Mar. . 4
San Pedro. . . ...'... Hanalei . : . ... . . Mar. 4
Hongkong & Mororan.. Hazel Dollar .. Mar. .4
Seattle & Tacoma. . . . . Ad. Sampson . . Mar. . 5
Portland & Way Ports. G.* W. Elder... Mar. 5
Humboldt City of Topeka. Mar.r6
Puget Sound Ports. ."... Governor Mar. 6
Mendoeino &Pt. Arena Sea- Foam .. Mar. \'6
Portland & Astoria Kansas City .. Mar.- 7
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa ... Mar. 7
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay .*.... Mar. : -7
Sa n Pedro Saginaw ......Mar. 7
Hilo ...... V?.... Enterprise *...;.; Mar. 8
Sal. Crnz via S. Diego. j Pleiades ....... Mar. '8
TO SAIL
Destination : . j. Steamer | Sails lPler
* March 2— / i I - - '--'
Grays Harbor Van Jaclnto. 2 pm 27*
Man/anillo direct. ..... £Ua ........ .... ....•
Coquille River. .:...... Wifleld *... 5 pis. ,27
Honolulu & Kabului.. Lurllne .... 12 in 38
Grays Harb0r ...:..:... Newburg ... 3 pm 21
Mendoeino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 4.'
March 3— .
San Pedro... Centralla ... 1 pm 21
Astoria &. Portland yulnault ... spm ....
Hum bold t *. :.. ..'. City Topeka. 10 am 11
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.. 11 , am 9
Astoria & Portland.... Roanoke ... . . lipni 13
Grays Harbor G. Llndauer. ....- .....
Astoria & Portland Tallac ..7f. 3 pm 21
March 4 " .
San Pedro Coronado ... lpm 21
Coquille Rivera./..... Ellaabeth ... 5 pm ....
Humboldt F. Kilburn .. 10 am 13
PiKet Sound Ports..... Queen ..... 4pm 9
March 5—5 — "• . • : "V N .
Humboldt North - Fork, lpm 38
Humboldt J. J: Loggie. v ;.
Uumboldt .*...... . Vanguard ..'. 4 pm 19_,
Vancouver direct. .." Erna '..'. ,— . ....
Los Angeles Ports,...: Hanalel .... 3 pm 10
Honolulu ...;.... Alameda .... If am 21
Polut Arena & Albion.. Porno ...... 6pm 4
New York via Ancon.. Peru ....... 12 m 40 -
Astoria & Portland.... Rose City.'.. 11, -am 40 •
Portland & Way Ports Santa Clara, l^pm 15
Seattle & Tacoma . lUicVinan ... 1 pm 10,
Los Angeles Ports..... G. W. Elder 5 pm IS
Coos .Bay.. M. F. Plant 3pm 8
March 6—6 — . %
Los -Angeles Ports..... Ad. Sampson 10 am 10
March 7— . .
Mexican Ports .; Senator '..'.. 10 am 11
Honolulu direct- ....... Nevadan .... 12 -m 27
Honolulu via P.- Sound. Mexican 1 ... 12- m 27
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ! .. . 11 am 9
Grays : liarboT ... . Saginaw \.4 .... ....
March H— . - » ;
Japan & China ,'.'. Mongolia .. 1 pm 42
Puget Sound Ports. .... Umatilla ... 4pm 9
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE : ""^
Destination ' . ' ' I % .' Steamer . | Date
Skagway & Way Ports Humboldt . Mar. 2
Southwestern Alaska... Portland ........ Mar., 5
Valdez & Seward...... Victoria ..•.:.... Mar. 8
:' Time. Ball \u25a0'':. \sJ?££;i
United States branch bydrogrHphlc office, Mer
chants' Exchange, - San Francisco, ; . March
1, 1910.
The . time ball on the . roof of I the Fairmont
hotel was .. dropped today exactly at noon, Pa
cific standard time (120 th meridian), or at Bb.
00m. OOs Greenwich mean time.
J. C. -BURNETT.
' Lieutenant,. U." S.N ., in charge. /
Sun, Moon* and Tide.
United States coast and geodetic survey — Time
and betfrhts of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission streej; wharf) add 25, minutes.'
" ..; \u25a0 WEDNESDAY." MARCH 2 - \u25a0\u25a0•."\u25a0
Sun rises ...:.... 6:41
Sun sets .... .A' . . . 6 :03
Moon rises ;. a..m.
Last quarter moon March 3, at 11:43 p. m.
New moon .... .... .March 11, at 4:03 a.m.
. "Time Time! Time Time" '
Mar[ Ft 1 Ft Ft 1 Ft
|H W L W[ H W L Wf
2.. »:O1 4.(s 9:i7 1.4 4.56 3.5 9:341 2.9
. 8.. 3:36 4.8 10:3* 1.1 6:42 3.5 10:22 3.1
4.. 4:21 4.8 11.50 0.8 8:00 3.6 11:25 3.3
5.. 5:22 4.9 12:55 0.5 8:55 3.9 .... .....
L W H W{ |L W H W
6.. 0:38 3.4 6:30 5.1 1:50 0.1 9:35 - 4.2 j
-7.. 1:45 3.4 7:36 5.3 2:40 —0.2 10:08 4,5 !
8.. 2:44 3.1 8:36 ,6.6 3:26 —0.4 10:39 : 4.7 i
9.. 3:34 2.8 9:31 5.7 4:11 —0.5 11:06 5.0 '<
10.. 4:23 2.2 v 10:23 5:8 4:55—0.3 11:39 5.4
11.. 5:10 1.7 11:15 5.8 5:35[ 0.0 .... ..... |
;U. S. Branch . H y drojirnphlc Office
' A branch of - the United: States hvdrosraphic
office, located In '. the -. Merchants' 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 \u25a0\u25a0 sets of ' charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and - reference, and the
latest information can always be obtained re
garding lights, dangers . to navigation * and mat
ters of Interest, to ocean commerce.
• \u25a0>>/ J. O. BURNETT.
• . • • Lieutenant, U. S. N:, in charge. ,
'" HYDKOGRAPHIC OFFICE )
Depth at. mean low water, entrance to harbor.
TLACE I Ft. -;. | Date ,\ \u25a0 Remarks
Grays Har] 18 JJan. -. 13|Inner . bar buoy sob
\u25a0 '-•• j 'I I i merged.
Willapa B) 27 IJan. 61WblKtling buoy, 1 mile !
. :\u25a0\u25a0••\u25a0\u25a0 I I '\u25a0]\u25a0' north of bar. v
Colum. R.l 24 INov. SjShoaling ' outside nu n
\u25a0J\ I - -•- ' I buoy No. 2.- . "..-. '.-- - !
Nehalm R] 7- I Nov. 6|Bar buoy 200 yards -N.
-.- 1 I I .of channel. <
Tlllmk 8.1 9 IDecw 17|Channel shifted 1 mile
- J- ; II I •-\u25a0oath In gk\e Nov. 28.
x" ~ ~ '. ~ Nun buoy -No.. 0 and
Yaqnina B 10% Dec. 17 can b%oy N0.. 3, gone
, \u25a0 ' • I ;• \u25a0 • . adrift. -\u25a0".•:
'Sinalaw R| 5 |Jan. 6|.. <
Umpqua R TiTI Dec. \u25a0 6!C3iannel well'; north -of
- c \u25a0'.:\u25a0\u25a0,- . \u25a0 I 'range.' ' >a;-T-/^r.' : .*--.
7~~t ' ! 12 feetat low tide to
Coos Bay. 18 Jan. 4 . North Bend; 12 feet
, - at low tide to Marah
f \u25a0 - \u25a0..:.-\u25a0... field.- \u25a0•-.\u25a0 :\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0_\u25a0_.::;\u25a0\u25a0, .
Coqullle BJ 9 JJan. . 7 'Channel straight; good
. -w* - |_-, ,~: |~- condition. ... - -
Rogue Rlvj .|.. :..:..|... .....................
Klamth Rl .7, JJan. " 7 Channel straight east
.---•...-;-:• I- I -and west. : .-.- «--V \u25a0>!
Bmbldt BJ 20 JJan. 15|Northi • channel , unsafe
•.;-, -, ||' \u25a0''\u25a0"• to navigation. \u25a0:•*\u25a0 -.•----; !
8 Pedro B| 20 IJan. s|No change In channel.
S Diego 8T"25 |Pec, 9| No change In chanmel/"
S Pablo Bl 24 (Dec.- \u25a0 llDepth In dredged ehan
r-.' ----.' •-- 1.-.----1' •','-\u25a0 I-'nri--':I -'nri--': -- " - ' : . \u25a0 .
\u25a0 -"•.'• ' ballr River Bulletin
' March' i.— Observations' token
at-. 7. a. m. *•\u25a0: .•"....• " \u25a0'"--' \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\~i'' - .-''\u25a0''-' : .-
W't' '. '\u25a0- '- " . - '%I -.-a £ 'z*' 1
\u25a0"STATIONS' " ' ; . t ' - \u25a0 *5 t+- "**'2'"
•"..Sacramento^watpj^ied — : '-•'•?-'--'\u25a0 :'~'iS- "\u25a0'-'.
Kenneth. Sacramento -river 25.0 ii>- tt — .H-.
Red Bluff." Sacramento .Rlv 23.0 10.0-^ —1.5
MonrofivilleirXacra'mento'll. -22.0 -B.o— :— 0.2
Colusa/. Sacramento -river.', 29. 0; 20. fi-^ -^0.9
Kniphts Landlnß, Sacto.'sß. 18.0 15.04- =-(-0.3
Oroville;- Feather river... V. 25.0- fi.S-|- 4-0.3
M«r.Tgville,Yuba river .-.".*.. 30.0 i'o.3—i 'o.3— —0.9
Kolsom;< American? river.*.".; ;.'.l.\ 7,14^ ,4-0.6
Sacramento,- Sacramento' Rlv 2t),o' 1f1.04-1 4-0.4
•Rio Vista,'; Sacramento river 13.0 6.14- .4-0.9
'.* fan- Joaqnln watershed— ! i \u25a0 : v" < , \u25a0„, . : -.-
Pollasky. San Joaquln river ...: 0.5— ' ; 0
Flrebaugh.' San Joaqul n "U." 12.0 ". ;
Merced Fh Us,' Mercerl. river '...; O.S — , . 0
Jacksonville, ..iTuolumner.Riv ;20.0 -J. 2- 4-0.8
• Melones, . Staniglaus i river.'. : ,-.•;..* ;3.r ( 4- 4- ft - 9
J<»nny IJnd: Calaveras' river 10.0 '0.7 — o
'Electra -Mokelumne driver r'. ;12.0.; 12.0. 'I:4— .;\u25a0•".;' 0
I^athrop." Sun .Joaquin river. 1310; ; S.O— I-fO.l.
.-• -(-vindicates rlKliiß. river/.— : Indicate falling
river.;-. , -•\u25a0-";-/'•-,•:'\u25a0•-''\u25a0';..;\u25a0\u25a0. >-,•>\u25a0.-; .--,
.: Snow 'on pround'at Summit,- i a., iv., today.-O-V
-; ; . ;RIVER;:FnRKCAST.-; : ; . -,v ; .-/_ .
• s So': liiiportant'; rban'seii * are/ Indicated ; for •\u25a0 tlie
ViverH ' durlnj: the \u25a0JWxt-'Mr. hours. .Cr-. ::':,V~.
- N.vR, 'TAYLOR,- Local > forecaster.
I ; Weather Repbrtv |
: - United StatesV Department /of ABriculture—
\u25a0T\*oather Bureau, \Bair, Francisco, \ March l,; 1910.
' V RAINFALL DATA;;:-'' . ."
Last " Seasonal . - Normal
" Stations — . . ' ,24 h«wrs. -. to date.. \u25a0" to date.
Eureka ..........;... 0.16 ,cr.6.35 _31.77 v
Red* 81uffT... ; .-."..... Tr." .\u25a0'•-". \u25a0'•-" 13.24 < 17.75
Sacramento* 1 .'...".".^"7. o.oo'-. • \u25a0''O.OO'- \u25a0' "14.04^;
Mount* Taraalpais.....' o.oo ; 21.98:- ? : 16.6.-5
San Francisco. .'.:..\u25a0. .o.oo .. 15.38* ::-16.45: :-16.45 :
San JJ05e. .....*..:.'... 0.00 '\u25a0 11.20 10.21
Fresno v . . . .'.... : ".'. . . . 0.00 '-*. a. 44 ' -r-f_-:. 6.53;
Independence ..-....:. '0.00 V:r-'4. 67 • r "6.39.'
San - Luis Obispo. . . : . 0.00 >'.--_" 16.79 14.22/
Los ....O.tK) : 10.46 11.06
San Dieg0. :...:.... ..0. 00-. \u25a0".".-•- 8: 35- f 7.20 :
Coast ' record tor 12 hours, ending: 5 p. m.
x. : \u25a0\u25a0/ \u25a0'\u25a0' .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 'I -- s ? .1I I . \u25a0'Hi
; stations-^I. .. h \u25a0$? ., \u25a0.:- S-j| */.f|
\u25a0*, -\u25a0-\u0084 ?/ ? j •\u25a0:'|;r -.
" V- - ; -••" : - ;-! I \u25a0 M :'•: >'. :•
Boise ......... 30. 22 54 42 \u25a0SE ; t'Uln - .02
Eureka \u25a0 a..". ..'.30.24 ;60 s<> W ' Cloudy .00
Flagstaff ....... >0. 16 20 SW Clear .00
Fresno ?...'.. ... 30. 16 70 50 W Vt.Cldy .00
He1ena. ...... .30.00 f^2SW Rain Tr.
Independence' ..30.14 .72-40 SB J Clear " .00
Kallspell - .. :. .29.88 -48 . . SW Cloudy" .14
Lfis Ange1e5..:. 30. 06 -84 58 SW Clear .00
Modena .... .V. 30.18- 64 30 '.W - ' PCCldy .00
Mt. Tamalpals.3o.22 65.53. NW Clear -.00
Phoenix ...... .30.02 84 - 48 ' W . Clear .00
Pocatello ..j.,.30.20 52 3S SW Cloudy T#s
Pt. Reyes . Lt . . 30 . 1 6 59 48 •N W Foggy .00
Portland ......30.06 56 '50 SW " Cloudy .20
Red 81uff...... 30.20 OR 52 /N Cloudy .00
Reno,. .*...... .30.20 68 40 NW ', Cloudy .00
Roseburg ..30.18 64 52 SW . (Cloudy Tr.
Sacramento ..V.30.16 70- 52 NW Pt.Cldy .00
Salt- Lake...... 30. 26 ,60 42 N Cloudy \OO
San Diego.. :.. .30.06 60." 48 NW ! Clear J£s .00
San Francisco.. 3o.lß s7O .48 W Clear .00
San J05e.....'. .30.16 "". 70 50 NW. Clear ; .00
San L. Obispo. 3o. US 82 '58 NW Pt.Cldy .00
SE. Fara110n.... 30.18 52 50 NW Clear -.00.
Spokane ......29.94 52" 36 -SW Cloudy .00
5ummit'..;,...' ..:., 44 40 Calm Cloudy »...
Tacoma ...... .30.00 52 40 S Rain, .3*
Tatoosh .•..!. ..29. 86 46 38 S Rain. .12
Tonopah .\. .'..30.10 60 44 ,W - Pt.Cldy .00
J}"Hlla : Wa11a..30.04 58- 42 S Cloudy: .16
winnemncca ..30.24 00 42 STW Cloudy .00
Ynma ......;;. 30.00-t 90 48 N Clear .00
•Snow on ground,' 65 'inches. .' v ' -
.; The following maximum , and minimum temper
atures are (reported from eastern stations for the
previous day: j Chicago, , 36-32; New York, 60-46;
Omaha,. 53-32." -\u25a0 •' \u0084 .
\u25a0'.' ;.;." \u25a0-;.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 SYNOPSIS'
The pressure has risen over the entire western
half of the country. . "On the Pacific slope fair
and moderately .warm weather prevails south of
San , Francisco ; and cloudy ' weather," with show
ers, north of that point. Afternoon terrperatures
at San' L« is OMspo and Los Angeles .exceed 80
degrees. , In • the - great valley the temperatures
reach 70 degrees. , '\u25a0\u25a0 -..\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . -
. The relative humldityat Red Bluff was 82 and
at Fresno 82 per cent. ,"" \u25a0
Following. ls. tbe forecast for the 30 hours end
ing at midnight Wednesday. • March 2. 1910:
San Francisco and vicinity — Fair Wednesday;
continued warm; light north winds/ . .
. Northern California— Fair Wednesday, contin
ued warmrllght north winds.' \u25a0
; Southern California— : Fair Wednesday; contin
ued warm; light north winds.'
< A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED •
' V 'Monday. •.\u25a0 February. 2S.
Ger stmr Itauri, Veicth, 123 (lays from ' Ha
mburg- via Mazatlan-8 days, via San PeJro 42
hours;* passengers and naerebandise to Kosraos
steamship company.
.. . \u25a0 \u25a0 ' • Tuesdar, March 1.
US stmr: Sequoia, Bowman, 23 hours from St.
George reef. ." \u25a0.'\u25a0. -:,'\u25a0
.- StmriXevadan. Greene, 7 iiays from. Flonololu:
passengers and merchandise to Willlii'ns, Diinoud
& Co. _ -.-'
. Stmr Asuncion, Bridgett. 4 days from Tncoma;
ballast to : Standard oil company. ' < .. - .
-Stmr Alameda, Dowdell.' G days from Honolnlu;
passeagers and merchandise •to J. )). Spreckels
&^Bros. Co. <>
Stmr Daisy. Smith; 97 hours from Willapa har- j
bor; 770 M ft lumber to J. M. Iluddart, CO sks i
35 bxs oysters to Charles Shippey. . ;~< \u25a0 . :
Stmr J. B. Stetuon,' Sears, 48 hours from San
Pedro: ballast to H. J. . Knowlcs. --. .
Stmr Bowdoln, Anderson, 50 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to \V. G. Tibbitts.
Stmr \u25a0". G. C. Linda uer. ! Sumlranu. 'S7 •\u25a0 hours
from Grays Harbor; 475 M ft lumber to Wilson
Brothers.;
Stmr National City, Higgins, 14 hours from
Fort Brags; 292 M. ft lumber to -Union lumber
company. . ' ' '
StmrDonalds*m. S8 hours from Gray a Harbor,
bound for San Pedro; put In to land passengers.
Stmr South Coast, Olson; 16 hours from Cas
par; 2(53 M ft lumber to Caspar lumber company.
Stmr- City of Topeka, . Gielotr. 20 hours from
Eureka; passengers and merchandised to Pacific
Coast steamsHlp- company. s - ."
Stmr Despatch ' Carey, '57 hours 'from Saft
Pedro; ballast to Pacific lumber company. * v
\u25a0 ,Br bark Calciitta, Davles, 31 days from Yoko
hama; ballast to Standard oil company.
\u25a0'(:;_>...' '" ; ' . - CLEARED..!-. ;' &
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"'\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 • -zsjs.±i'. Tuesday, March 1.
Stmr Watson, Griffith, Seattle; Alasks-Paciflc
etearaship^compahy. \u25a0 -
Stmr. Santa Rosa, • Alexander, San Diego; Pa
cific Coast steamship company. -
Stmr Nebraskan, - Knight,-,- SaUna . Cruz; Wil
liams, Dimond & Co. / ' \u25a0"\u25a0 "v
: : . <\u25a0;\u25a0*'\u25a0 : SAILED:^ \u25a0%.' ...... \u25a0 ' --; :, - - "'
% •' Tuestlav, Mnrch:l.
.11 S-stmr California, Mayo, Santa Barbara.
US stmr Colorado, Nelson. Santa Barbara, j
..US stmr South Dakota. Smith, Santa Barbara.
U S.etmr West Virginia, Orchard, Santa ' Ba
rbara. :-' . \u25a0 \u25a0 ... \u25a0\u25a0-. ;;. '•\u25a0 .. i
*"* U S stmr Maryland, Gilmore, Santa Barbara.
."•;';. U S stmr Pennsylvania. Poud, < Santa Barbara.
Stmr Whitesboro, -Frederickson,- Greenwood.:
Stmr Nebraskan, Knight,: Salina Cruz.
.Stmr Carlos, Donaldson, t San Pedro.' "
•" Stmr- Watson. Griffith, -Seattle. .
Stmr'San Pedro, Benedlcteon, \u25a0 Willapa harbor.
\u25a0 Stmr Mandalay. Ixifstrom. Crescent City.
, Stmr J. B. Stetson, Seam, Astoria.
\u25a0 Slrar . Delhi. McClements. Olympia. \u25a0_ , *
Stmr Grays I Harbor, Anflndsen, Grays^Harbor.
Bark Andrew .Welch. Kelly, Honolulu.
V CORRECTION
Stmr : Bandon, reported arrived, at ' Banrlou
Feb 28, should have read stmr Elizabeth, hence
Feb 25, and not as before. ,
"SPOKEN ; - \u25a0
Per stmr Alameda — Feb'2s,---8:08 a. m.,.U S
stmr ' Crook,* from San Francisco for Manila.
Feb 26, 11:45 a. ra:— Br stmr Asia, hence Feb
23," for China.' _-. • i\-%. .- .
\u25a0- Per • stmr -; Nevadan— Feb 24, lat 28 dcs 48
mln N, long 145 deg 8 , mm W,; 4:30 p. m.,
US fitmr Crook, from San Francisco for Manila.
WEATHER REPORTS -
POINT LOBOS, March; 1.:9 a. m.— Thick;
wind, northeast; velocity, . fi miles. 12 noon —
Fopgy;' wind, northeast; velocity, 4 miles per
hour.- - / ,
-POINT-REYES. March 1, 9 a. m.— Cloudy;
wind, northeast: -velocity, 12 miles per hour.
FARALLONES, . March 1, » a! - ; m.— Partly
cloudy; wind, north: velocity. 12 miles per hour.
TATOOSH, March 1,0 a. tn.— Raining, thick;
wind, sjQt lnvest: velocity, ,'!0 miles per hour. 12
noon — Tnlck, raining; wind, southwest ; ; velocity,
24 miles. , = v «
. . TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS. Mnrch li'lO p. in, — Weather,
hazy; wind," northeast; velocity, 10 miles- per
uour. : - : - * r ->
. {DOMESTIC PORTS .
COOS- BAY— Sailed Marcll I— Stmr Redeindo,
for San Francisco. ... ;
PORT SAN LUlS— Sailed March I— Stmr Mel
'vllle Dollar, for San Francisco. • : ,
S GREENWOOD— SaiIed March I— Stmr .Helen
P.* Drew, 'for San Francisco. ' v . .
- WESTPORT iWagh;)— Arrived Feb 28-^-Schr
Meteor, from ; San Pedro.*
: Barbound March .1 — .Schrs Golden \u25a0 Shore and
Ludlow. - > .•-. •-' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0" '•- '>.:' :\u25a0\u25a0"•••\u25a0<\u25a0 ' -\u25a0 \u25a0 ~ : '< \\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . ,
, CRESCENT. ClTY— Sailed Feb' 2&— Stmr. Na
varro..for.Sant Francisco..' ;- • . . •«
EUREKA— Arrived March I— Stmr F..A. Kil
burn,- hence Feb 2S.f' - - . \u25a0• .-\u25a0-•: \u25a0 < ,-. .
\u25a0 Sailed March I—Stmr1 — Stmr F. A. Kilburn, for San
Francisco.'-^ r'--*i>* -..•\u25a0: -\u25a0•\u25a0'. '"\u25a0 '..".\u25a0\u25a0;'. -.' .. -
. Arrived. March -I— Stmr Lakme,* from Ventura.
' Sailed . March I— Stmr; Ravalll,. for San Fran
cisco; stmr J. J.^Loggie.'for San Francisco; stmr
North Fork.: for. San: Francisco. \u0084\u25a0;.*..- . .",-./
TATOOSH-^Passed out/, March I— U. S' stmr
Washington," from -.Bremerton, for - San. Fran
cisco.- .- •". -"'\u25a0\u25a0 /-' • ' \u25a0 . \u25a0 .- '\u25a0 -.-? ;\u25a0--; ;
= JUNEAU— Arrived March I—Stmr1 — Stmr Bertha,
from Seattle.-- ..\u25a0•--.<.- \u25a0--?'' . ;,"• ' ,' \u25a0 •\u25a0*"--\u25a0 •*;-:"-, : IV \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0;.-.» •-,'• :
- SANTA ': BARBARA— Arrived /March c I— Stmr
Carmel. - f rom ' . ... - .. \u25a0. • >..\u25a0' :\u25a0•.'"
\u25a0y- Sailed March ' I—Stmr;1 — Stmr ; Carmel, r . for San Fran-,
Cisco. \u25a0 \u25a0-•;-.\u25a0>-\u25a0: \u25a0'.''" :.'\u25a0 , .-.'-.: '•\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 --_ '\u25a0•
:\u25a0\u25a0 SAN. DlEGO— Arrived. March I— Mex stmrßo
nlta Juarez.. from* Mexico. "„ \u25a0*\u25a0 .- » : ; >j»>-r;'d t
REDONDO.BEACH-^Arrived . March r I—Bktn"
Chehalis.-from .Astoria ; i schr C. S."- Holmes, ' from
Tacotna;; stmr^Klamath.Jfrom San Pedro;~stmr
Wlllapa.l from San Pedro. {\ -- ' -_ ..\u25a0'-.•\u25a0.. .';..-.
• Sailed. March I^-StmrKlatnath, for SanPedro.'
TACOMA— Arrived 'March . I^-Stmr Admiral
Sampson.^ f rom ? Seattle.' i- ".'\u25a0*..-'• ; . • \u25a0
\u25a0 t Sailed ; March - I— Stmr Governor, ', s ttnr St. -. Hel-"
ens, stmr, Olympiad for Seattle; stmr Olson & Ma
hony, i for •; Everett ; k Nor ' gtmr - Tricolor,;' for-"Ev
erett: ; Br. r stmr j River ? Clyde. s for. Mukilteo."-' a,'<ii
m SEATTLE— SaiIed Feb 28^-Stmr Umatilla, . for
San ' Francisco. . , March I— Stmr : Rainier.' for.. Ta-_
coma, .•"\u25a0 \u25a0 - - ' - \u25a0\u25a0' -'""-.- ; •:. • .\u25a0':>;...
;; . Arrived {March Jl-r-Fr; ship; La Perouse, -from
Antwerp.- via* Hobart. *'•; ,••;. \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0: '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0,•••.
„•; Arrived March ; l^tmr Jefferson,; from Skag
way. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0". - - *":'- : t-'*.'i t -' i »- ":'.*\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0: i.'.. ' \u25a0":..
i" Due : Mart h I— -Stmr : Portland, , from Valdez.".*.
V EVERETT— Arrived V Feb * 28— Schr Annie M.
Campbell. : f rdnw San ; Pedr».'- ; ; - ,
*-i Sailed t Feb 2S- ; — Schr - Fred E." Sander,*, for ; San
Francisco."- \u25a0;: -*;" v ' "': \u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0• '\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0 :\u25a0\u25a0 ; '"' . ' \u25a0•.•.\u25a0 >* . : .
- -z Arrived March l—£tmr Bee. . from : Seattle; ; Br
stmr-River -Clyde.' from \Tacoma..V \u25a0 \u0084- -i
v* Sailed March r I— Stmr. .; Charles 1 Nelson, ' for
San i Francisco; stmr jWasp. for " San* Pedro. -Va \u25a0
. ; '" : \u25a0 ''" • ATLANTIc'bcEAN '-TRAVBX.f .-ij />.-
Compagoie ' Generale Transatlanti que
:l '-'\u25a0; "'-. DI REGtHj NE f TOj*HA TRE-i'AßlS?,''T RE-i'ARlS?,' ' ''-. '%
•x^SaUlngsteveryiThurwlar.^ Instead "ofVsaturday.
a t '\u25a0-. 10 ] a.s m.,*' from % y\<eri&L?i. North - s ?iTer,~J foot : of
I Morton' street. --" - ' . \u25a0 " -
'ii First ,'i-lans > to Hai vre. iS77.r>oi S77.r>0 i and . upwar^.- sec-*
ond i class .to ' HaTre.* $50' and \u25a0 upward, i GK^JR-^ij"
A(iENC YS for i UNITED STATES ' and tCANADA;-
19 . State S street; « New iYork.i^ J; j F. ;; FUG AZI-:
Jlanageri I'acinc * Coast, \i IJ30 s Montgomery & street.-'
iJiin v FrHiirisco. ;>Si Tickets v sold :\u25a0; by > all ' railroad
tkketiageuU.
AljlGiN-SALES
<S^£ ATVPUBLIC AUCTION^
I %111 Bell 58 head of < horses.' mares and inuleg,
also i wagons. *» buggies * and « harneasrHrVEDNES-
DAY, MARCH 2, 11- a. m. 565 4th St.. Oak-
land.r*. ' '; 4 . J. W: MEDElROS.'Anctloneer.
- SAN • PEDRO— Arrived March I— Stmr Harold
Dollar. > from Evefcett. ,- •\u25a0 " 'Ys- •'\u25a0 : '~2 i
.'Arrived March- 1 ! — Stmr - Queen. • hence Feb 27;
schr Bertie : Minor, s from Coos « bay ; : stmr Alca
traz, 1 - from -Greenwood.; \u25a0-/': : -"• -VII ''- :
\u25a0•-:\u25a0 Sailed ' March 1 1 — Stmr. Queen. , for San Dleso:
schr \u25a0 Rosamond.^f or Tacoma : stmr ; Willapa.' for
San «\u25a0 Francisco; . stmr j Shna Yak, for , San Fran
cisco ; ; scbr : Caroline, h toe.} Umpqua ; river: v . ' - ;
ASTORlA— Arrived -March I— Stmr , I'osemite,
hence Feb 26 : ; stmr . Yellowstone, hence : Feb 2< ;
stmr Nome -City, -hence Feb 1 27. Ii,""r : -'
CLALLAM— In 3 bay • March . I— Schr Fred E.
Sander, from- Everett; ; schr Gamble,; from Gam
ble,', for San Francisco;- bark Albert,i.from,Gam
ble.ifor Kahnlul.v - •\u25a0 \u0084. , . ; - •\u25a0:•.*• 5 •"•'-' *'>j
TOWNSEND— SaiIed 1 March I— Bark Albert,
f or /Kahulni ; achr , Fred .E. Sander, for San
Francisco, v . '. . : . . I* ' .•-.-\u25a0*" : — _:" „
SANTA : MONlCA— Arrived. March I—Stmr-Sa
•ioa,- hence Feb 27. ' \u25a0 '' ; -';V
PORT /SAN .LUIS^-Arrived March I— Stmr
Whittler, from Ventura. >>. -""'
\u0084 - -EASTERN PORTS :
NEW ; YORK— Arrived * Feb 28 — Stmr Ancon.
from Colon; stmr Colon, from Colon. \u0084:
PHILADELEHIA-^-Salled Feb Srip Astral,
for San Francisco, 'and "passed Delaware break
water. - •"' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 • . . - ' \u25a0 • ,' - \u25a0'\u25a0
ISLAND PORTS . . • .
HILO — Sailed Feb ". 2&^-Stmr Alaskan, for Sa-;
Una Crna; - - •?.'*< ; * • \u25a0• "V •
• HONOLULU— Arrived March I— Br stmr Asia,
hence Feb 23. ;< *, ' \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0:- ' '
.Sailed- March 1-^-U S stmr Crook,, for Manila, j
> > \u25a0 : FOREIGN-PORTS "
PUERTO MEXICOjiifWved Fob" 27— Stmr
American.- from Ne^f-jSSron-SEfc. \u25a0 .- \u25a0 " ' \u25a0 "\u25a0" \u25a0 * • • • ' '
VICTORIA — SaHe*'*U-»neJj\l— Stmr Umatilla,
for San Francisco;!(B-?i stHH\ Sandown, for Aus
tralla.: v'"'"-. - ; .-;\j?'Js**'<*^-^{U
PORT PlßlE— Arrite«|nifi#r; March I— Br stmr
Strathgyle,fromiTac<%i«|s*'' ->.»",- -
VALPARAISCK-Arrl-Jeff'yeb 22— Ger stmr Se
tos. hence Dec 24. '.----y-fe*-;* - •-\u25a0 i ,-'"-.-" ! ti *
LIVERPOOL^Arrived> March;,"!— Br Btmr
Oanfa.'from Tacotna'andvVlctoria,"'.':'
GIBRALTAR-^-Passedireb\27-^-Br , stmr * bat
suma, from \u25a0> Manilas fort Nev-rYork. Feb 28 —
Br stmr Wray \u25a0 Castle; from \u25a0 Hongkong, for New
ACAPULCO— SaiIed Feb 2S— Stmr City >f
Para,- for ; Panama. .""\u25a0--">. ;•. - • \u25a0
v HONGKONG— SaiIed Feft 26— Br stmr Empress
of India, for Vancouver. " •: \u25a0
Arrived Feb 28— Nor stmr; Selja. from As
toria, via Yokohama. \ March .'l— Stmr China,
hence Feb' l,'V via Honolulu and ; Yokohama.' .•*\u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0
Sailed March I— Stmr Empress of India, for
Vancouver. .. - \u25a0' ' -t \u0084*,'\u25a0 mJ
HULL— Arrived Feb 28— Fr bark Colonel de
Villebols Marcuil. from Oregon, via Falmouth;
Nor stmr Jeth6u. from Dalren (proceeds to
Norfolk. Va.. to load. for San -Tranoiseo). .
••PORT SAlD— Arrived :-; Feb 27— Br. stmr In
veresk, from New York; for Manila. ;^ ,
PKAWLE POINT — Passed Feb 27 — Br ship
Scottish Moors, hence Oct 25, for London.
MONTEVIDEO-^alled Feb 13^-Br atmr River
Forth.-for New: York .''*.-•' ' '
. WALMER— SaiIed Feb 26— Br bark Dolbardern
Castle, for, San Francisco.- '. -
OCEAN STEAMERS '
LIVERPOOL — Arrived March l"v-Stmr Oanfa,
from Taoma. via Yokohama. | Hongkong, etc.
- Sailed March I—Stmr1 — Stmr Ivernla, for Boston.. .
GIBRALTAR — Arrived March I— Stmr Caronia,
from ~ Naples. .. ... • • , .
POftT PlßlE— Arrived previous March 1—
Stmit Strathgyle, from Tacoma. \u25a0 ' .- '
NAPLES-aArrived March I— Stmr Cedric, from
New York. * r ". • *;. / \u25a0 . ' . *
Sailed Feb 2ft— Stmr Florida, for New York.
VALPARAISO— Arrived Feb 24— Stmr Setos,
, from San Francisco, etc., for " Hamburg. • \u25a0.
'COPENHAGEN— Arrived- -March 1 — Stmr
United States, from -New 'York. > w
V HONGKONG— SaiIed . March I— Stmr Empress
of India, for Vancouver/ '..•'"\u25a0\u25a0' ,
RIO JANElßO— Arrived March I— Stmr Teles
fora.' from New York, via Newport News.
NEW YORK— Arrived March . I—Stm1 — Stmr • Carma
nia. from Alexandria and Flume.
Sailed March" I— Stmr 'Amerika, for Genoa.
HALIFAX, N S— Arrived March I— Stmr Pre
torlan, from Glasgow!, for Boston.
Memoranda
SWp -Tabei Howes, on Puget sonnd, hag been
sold to the Alaska Packers', association on pri
vate terms. - : \_ , %
Per Br- bark Calcutta— Had fresh west and
southwest. winds entire passage. \u25a0 \u0084' 'VT v V
Per strar | Nevadan — Anchored . off ligntsnlp, 1
a. in., on account of dense fog. \u25a0 \u25a0 .
Additional Shipplne Xevrs on Page 11
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVBI* '
Steamers . " leave ' \u25a0 from
Broadway Wharves (Piers
MtMSB^ni '' ow rates.^ineludlng berth
I V VIbA/'J Special Round Trip Rates.
Vj^jft yJc/ "" LOS ANGELES . '
SA!V HIEGO
f XJAJSJJJX . ;. - »SAIVTA BARBARA ,
Governor ..... .^ ..;.... liar. 7, 22, 2 p. m.
Pre5ident .". ........... .r ...... Mar. 29. 2 p. m.
Qneen;..,............".... ...... .Mar. 14, 2 p. nk
\u2666Santa Rosa.... ...Mar. 3, 11. 18, 28,11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa -Barbara.
SEATTLE Y (DIRECT); TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle ' for -Southeastern Alaska,
. . ' Skagway, Damson, Fairbanks. -
G0vern0r.. ............. ..Mar. 12, 27, 4 p. m.
President. . . '. ,. 1 r . . .... .'. ...... .Mar. 19. , 4p. m.
Qneen. ........................ ..Mar. 4, 4 p. m.
City, of Puebla .Mar. 15, 30,' lla. m'
Umati11a .................. Mar. 8." 23. 11 a. m.
V EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
Topeka....... '.Mar. '3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28, 10 a. mi
-' "GUAYMAS, MAZATLAN, LA PAZ
ENSICNXDA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO, etc.
Senator, Mar. \u25a07, noon. Round trip excursion,
.2* days, including Berth and Meals. $7*.
ALASKA CRUISES, lOlO— Leave Seattle
Spokane.June 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 9, 10 p. m.
Queen. . . .. .... . .'. . .. ... . .Jn1y 12, 26, 8 p. m.
. Rich! reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES—^Palace Hotel) 653 Market
gt., 3 Market at. and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492. V i'-i't-V," : ;
OAKLAND— II2O Broadway. '.Tel. - Oakland 5680.
' ; C. D. DDNANN. General - Passenger Agent.
jglSS^ AMERICIN-HAWAIIAN
glggJß STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
NEW- ,YORK TO PACIFIC COAST PORTS
AND \u25a0 HAAVAIIAN ISLANDS, sailings from , New
York ev*ry : six; days.^making direct r connection
with I'aiJiflc steamers sailing from -Salina Crur,
Mexico.* erery 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.
S'aillngs from San Franclpoo ; every -.12 days. -- v
\u25a0 LOCAL " SERVICE FROXr I SAN "FRANCISCO
TO HAWAIIAN : ISIAND PORTS,* direct : every
28 days, and via : Pnget sound every, 12 days."' '•:-\u25a0
-For rites ; and. further particulars '• apply: to
DEARBORN &-.LAPHAM.'' General - Agents. 8
Bridge I st^ New. York ; -WI LLIAMS, DIMONfi. *
CO.V General Agents, ": Pacific Coast. :\u25a0\u25a0;:\u25a0- -
\u25a0-y. ' .. 010 Sansome St., San Francisco.;-
ISEATTLE-TACOMAI
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Bellln^am, Anacortes; Everett,* Port Town-'^
send," '.--.Victoria, ..Vancouver * and \u25a0 all \u25a0 Alaska
Ports." \u25a0-. s '•>. •.•'\u25a0.'-.•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0."\u25a0 ;) ; ' ,\u25a0 ... (V
S. S. WATSON - ....... .........;.:.»larch 1
S.S." BUCKMAN . ..............;.. :March 5
S.S. ADJORAL SAMPSON......... March 10
Los Angeles Direct
r * : TWIN SCREW . '
S. S. ADMIRAL- SAMPSON:*.-': .... .March' 6-
Saillngs f atom . Howard; Street i Wharf ; No. -\u25a0 3. •
Alaska Pacific StcamshiprCo;
; -v'-:'" :;^ .-"• •'. : ;;. 54: Market -; St.", :Y ~ '\u25a0'- •"''"•\u25a0'*\u25a0 V
i Sailings > from , Howar d: Street 1 Wharf ; No?; 3."
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
'YORIENT'-Aili ;•_; STEAI»rSHIP COMPANY \u25a0;
S.^S.*Tenybl.liaru^ i '." 7 ">Tucsday.r March; 15/' 1910
S.i S. '- Nippon 'Maru C-" '\u25a0 Tuesday," -April o, ;1010
S, S." Chlyo M"aru. • . -,';. '\u25a0- Tnesrlay. -May, 5. - 1910
*• Steamers- snll from - company's t piers, - Nos." 42,
44. % near 1. foot tof * Second ? St.. > at> 1 v p.V ni .*. \u25a0 for
Yokohama? and \ Hongkong, .* calling =7 at ; Honolulu,'
Kobe^ ( Hlogo) .Sand? Nagasaki ! and s, Shanghai,-; and'
connecting a t... Hongkong i : wltussteamers- for- Ma-
nila," i India,* ot c.i'* NoVargo "". received on I board 'on
day ' of ; saillDsi •': Round - trip ; ' tickets rat: reduced
rates... •"" '. \u25a0- .-\u25a0 " \u25a0 ;'.-\u25a0••\u25a0.' >-..','.- ."•\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0*\u25a0'\u25a0- .",'.-;\u25a0\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0
r. Fur freight r and - passage \u25a0 apply >at 5 office.^ 240
James 1 Floodbaillding.:-, . > W.' t H.: AVERY. . :
. .. - ; •"- > " . : " .- ; Assistant General Manager. .
UnllAl 111 lisAs.*~Alameda khlls at.ll a>
tilllllJl I 111 nfi-- Mnn-h :.. IUIO. Special
1 1 VII U LUI.U rounrt ; trip. , $110|fltst t cUss.",
[TAIIiTijAIND^NEW/ZEALANO-irS.S.- 1
'*, Mariposa Jsal is T ll i a.*s m.'3 Mar.'i 10.7% Special
:round ; tri-s."; Tahiti.* $125 : flrsi: class. :-:u--zHs*mm: -:u--zH$*mm
'\u25a0 OCEANIC S. tSSCO.'.-- 673 ; Mkt. ' T.- Krny ; : 1231. ,
fcl JFREDH. CHASE & CO/S i
2m. Third Annual Sale
' 100 HEAD TROHING
W~~\ BRED BORSES,
• "Th« Greatest Collection Ever - Offered" will
i take place at y---. ;.,:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-
PLEASASTOX RACE TRACK, PLEAS-
; v ANTOS. CAL. -
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910. Cmnmne-
' . li-R •at 9:45 «\u2666 m." Sharp.
Second day FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1910. at J3
an.. 100 head draft, express and business bone*.
Send for catalogue.
FRED H. CHASE & CO..
\u25a0 LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEERS.
\u0084\u25a0:„;- 478 Valencia at.. 8m Francisco.
THURSDAY, ; Miroh 3. \u25a0 at 11 a. m.. 205-200
.Valencia str^t, 75 all pnrpoee horses. 9 mares,
51 set* of chain .harness, bnggy and wagon . bar-
ness and vehicles of all kinds. A chance to buy
at your : own. price. Outside stock sold on com-
mission. Phone Park 2723. ' . — \u25a0 . \u25a0-.-;
."*• ;-. :\u25a0: --WIIXIAM C*U)rGH. Aactloneer.
RAILWAY TRA VEL
9m BElbHnl \u25a0\u25a0 H i& JH Pf^B Ba A n ISSS B_2 \u25a0 H
.. TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM MARCH I. 1918 -, V.j
.""" v . VIA OAKLANDPieR
Lesre (Foot ot Market Street) " Arri-ye
. 2.15 a NUes. LiTermore, Trac>% Lathrop, "
x - . Stockton. Lodi, Sacraaiento " ia3Bp
6.40 a Hsvwurd, Niles. 5an. J05e....... 7.08 a
. 7.00 a Riehoond, Port Coata. Benicia. Suisun, .
: Dixan. Sacramento. Rosiv-ille, Marys-
ville. Redding. Dunsmuir ".. 7.28p
7.ooathnira. VacavSe, Rumwy.. . ..... . . . 7.28»
7.00 a Da ris. Woodland (MarysviUe, Cro-
\u25a0 \u25a0 ville), Waiiamf.-MaxwfU, Willows, »
. - Hamilton, Corning. Red Bluff.. 7.28*>
».00a Newark. Pan Jose. Los Gates, Wright 5.48|»
7.00 a Felton (Boulder Creek), Santa Cruz. . . 9.58p
- 7.40 a Villejo. Nap. Calistoja. Santa Ros.
:'.-' JlartinM, Mm Ramon... 6.03p
. 7.40 a Niles, Pleaanton; livennore, Alu-
mont. Lathrop, Stockton 7.28p
7.40 a Tracy, ' Log Banos. Herman, Frryno,
. - Hanfprd, Viatvlia... ............. 4.28p
8.20 a Port. CosU, Martinei, Byron, Tr»ry.
Stockton, Merced. Fresno, Go»brn
Junction (Hanford. Armona), ViaUis.
Porterrille. Bakrrsfield.. 4.48p
8.20 a Yoscmite ValJer via Merced ". 7.48p
9.00 a Niles, Livermore. Stockton (•Miltnn), \u25a0
.'-• Valley Spring, lons. Sacramento.. .. . 4.28p
9.00 a Bonora, Tuotumna and Angels. 4.28p
9.00 a Atlantic Express — Sacramento, Tnic-
kee, o?den. Salt Lake City, DenTer,
. Kansas Csty, Omaha. Chicago.. ..... . 8.28»
9.40t Richaoad, Port Costa, llartinej,
> Bay Point. '...-.A 8-*Bp
10.20 a Vallejo Mare Idand. Napa 1 1.28 a
10.20 a Los Angdea Passenger— Port CosU.
Martinez, Bj-ron. Traey, Stockton. -
\u25a0 Merced. Fresno, Hanford. Visalia, -
"^' ' Bakersfietd, Los Angeles... .•... 7.48p
10.40 a S«n Francisco Overland \u25a0 Limited—
Kansas City, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicag0.... .....T '.^.. 7.25")
1 1.20 a Shasta Limited— Portland. Tsroma. •
Seattle. :..„.....: 9.18p
12-OOn Gddfidd Pass.— Port Costo, Benkii. ,
Sacramento, Trockee, Haren, Mina. .
Tonopoh, Goldfirid. Lawg, Keder.... \u25a0 7.45 i
I ZOOn Marysvflle. Chico, Red Bluff .......'.. 4.28p
1 .20f Niies, Irviaetoa, San Joee 2ASp
. 1.40-p San - Le*ndro, Nflea. CenterrßleJ 9CBa
Newark. San J05e........:.. A 7.28p
1.40p Newark, Ben Joee. Lai Gatos. Wright,
Feltoa (Boulder Creek), Snnu Cn«. . 9.58p
2.40-1 Sun Leandro. Niles, San Jose 9.28 a
. 3.00|> Benicia,* Winters. Sacramento — Wood- • r •
\u25a0 . land; MarvsvSle, Oroviile — Yolo, .
" . '• Arbuckle. Williams, Wfllo*s ...•....." 10.48 a
3.00p Vis Sausalito, West Kapa, St. Helena,
Ca1bt0ga*... ..:.... ..'. lOJ7a
• 3^op Port Costa (Stockton): Martines, / 1^08?
B\Ton, Modesto, Merced, Fresno.; V 10.35p
4.00p Vailejo, Xapa, Calistoga, Santa Rosa: „ :
• Slartinei. 9#i Ramon, Douijhwty,
Lirermore '\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0 '....:.. 9.2£t
4.00p Niles (Centervaie), Tracy, Stockton f 10.28 a
. Lodi : : 1 lO^p
4.40p Saa Leandro, Hayword. -Nfles. Rea«-. " -
. \u25a0 . - anton, Liverinore, , Tmiy. Newman. r
Kcrman. Fre5n0.. .. ..... ........ : . . &28a
5 Mp Richmond. Pinole, Vallejo, Port
. ' Costa, . Benicia, Soisun, Sacraieento
—Rcseville, Maryarille. Oroviile.... '. 11.28 a
B JOOp Russell, San Joee. Los 0at05. ... .t ... 9.23 a
" 5.20p San Leandro. Niles, San Jose. 7.48 a
6.00p Owl Limited— Lou Angeles.. :.- ,B.oBa
6.40p Eastern Exprees— Ogden. Pueblo, Den-
.: ver, Kansas Qtv. St. Louis. Chicap)..
' Port Costn. Benicia, Sacramento,; *
n-ino. Sparks .:.... B.2Ep
' 6.4fip Hayward^NUcs- and San J0w ......... 6.48p
J7.00p Vallejo, Port t Corta. Martinei, Bay
• Point and Way Stations... JII.IBp
7.40p Richmond, Port Costa, Byron. Tracy,
- Lathrop, Stockton...:.' IZ4Bp
82.09 Oregon Express— Da vis, (Sacramento); -
WHlo-vs Reddinc (Klamath Falls).
Ashland. Portland^ Tacoma, Seattle,
Spokane.. 9.28 a
9.00(1 China and Japan Fast ' Mail— Ogden.
' Cheyenne. Denver, Kansas City,
i Omaha. Chicag0........:...'.... ... 2.48p
_ ,9.00p Port Costa. Benieia, Sacramento, Col-
fax, Truckee, Reno. Sparks 10,08 a
I I.OOp : Nites. Pleaaanton. Livermore. Lathrop. '
Modesßn, Merced. Fresiii. . . .T; I O.SSp
I I.OOp Fresno. Seima, Goshen June., Hanford,
- • Annofia.'Lemoore, Coalings 8.28 a
1 1 140p Portland l Exprew— Sacransento. Marj*9-
i . ville. Red Bluff, Weed. *hl*nd..Rose-
..•\u25a0•\u25a0'". burg. . Portland. Tarocna. Seattle 12.28p
M^jrWf^tAhCTS ROUTE— From Padfle Street WTterf.
(^SkvcD^ EoMmlcin. Rio Vista. Isleton. Ryde. Wal-
nut UroTe, Votil-sh. Ccnrtland, Oarksburg, Sacramento.
Leive 8.00 a.m. Tue., Thurs.. Sat., Steamer Navajo;
arrive j 5.00 p. m. . ( . - 4
\ Leave 1.00 p.m. Da3y, except Socday, Steamer Modoc
or Apache; arrive 11.30 p.m.' ' \u25a0 \u0084 ,
OAKtAND HARBOR FERRY— From San Frandwo.
-Market Slr«tt Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from 6.C0
ajn. to 9.00 p.m. Sundayt— &«. aiS, 9.45. 11.13
. a.m., 12.«, 2.15. 3.45. &15. 6.15, aW acd 9.45 pjn.
tOCAL FERRY TRAINS— Via Atameda Wer.
To Oakland and Alameda— l«.lo, t6.45 a.m.. and then
10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 p.m.: then
&», ft.ls, 10.00. 10.45. 11.30 p.m. and 12.15 ajn.
To JJsimida and Frultv»l« via Horicshoe urn* at above.
a for Morning, p for Afternoon. | Sunday cxeepted.
- - ;-; % Sunday only. ; JArrrre Mon.. Wed., FrL •- ,-."
Union Transfer , Co. anthorised to ch'e<-\ .Baggage
\u25a0 dirfgt fr'-im mndence. \u25a0•\u25a0 *\u25a0• -' v ' » \u25a0 ' '
fmjmt Trains Leave
bsUgSfia San Francisco
V ma 7
\u25a0"^^^HiJr , Market Street
. F.crry Depot
•Leave For— " l A.M.J PJi-
Bakersfield ...... 7:15 fiTOOjOO. '
Chicago .i.v...- 7:15 8:00-10:00,
FreSo f.H.V...: 7:15 4-00- 8:00-10K»;
Grand Canyon . . . 7:15 8:10-10:00
Hanford .v. : ..V. 7:151.. . .-10:00
Kansas City ..'... 7:15^8:00-10:00 .1 :\\
Merced f : . I . ": : 7:15 4:00-1 8:00-l(M)0
. . . ; r.(7:15 4:00- 8:00^10:00
Stockton, Oakdale :
&v Sierra Rail- -\u25a0 ' -
way Points^..: 9:45 ..;.........
Tulare 7:15 8:00-10:00 ,
Visalia ........ :.|7:l5 8:00,10^)0
Yosemite ..:v.-o7:15 .:.......^
v, .Stockton Local leeres 1:25 p. m. -\u25a0 - - -
California ' Limited ' through to ' Chicago leaves
at. 10:00 p. m. Offices — 673 Market street and
Market street Ferry i Depot, Saa rranclsco; 1112
Broadway, Oakland. I^SSBBHMBBHBBi
S OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY
-. \u25a0 " • F." S. ; Stratton. =: Recel-rer. ''. \u25a0 -
*v>Lr. 'S. 'F. : daHy— 9:ooa," *4:SOp. Ar.-.S.^F.
dally— t3:lsp, l -»B:2sa.T'. , .•. • ,•' -. \u25a0 -
•^ -"Arleta.i -fTvmltas; Glen; stage • for San Gre-
! gorlo and \u25a0 Pescadero. _ • r ". \u25a0'\u25a0-' "
''J, "bAY^AND IXTERURBAN ROUTES '
MARE ISIiAN^ NA % YARD;;;
:;, Vallejo,': Napa, St. Helena
i ST. i HELEXA-XAPA VALLEY^; ROUTE
'• x ' Monticello S. ; S." Co.'.- and ! Napai .Valley"; Electrle
K. R.- Co.' 1 Close • connections. -„ * ","
>:'.' ;.• (pnouND : trips .'pAiLv-^-e . .
;."• Boats :: leave • San i Francisco • 7:00. \.*0:45 a. va.'.
12:30'noon, ,3:15;. 0:00,"". -"8:30 "p,'m. ' *".»'-;, '
{:% San '; Francisco • landing i nml • office. I Clay •• street
whnrf."" 1 north"- end iferry^ building. Market utreet
ferry.- Meals a la carte.- M'liones Kearny-lOtt or
c-itos. . ? . .> -.-- :-.\u25a0; -•\u25a0- \u25a0-, -; •\u25a0 - ventmaj&Sß
j > 'Lands nary: yard, direct.., : -- • ---\u0084
AUCTION SAJES
DISPERSALi^LE
THOROUGHBREDS
v TROTTEVG AND WO UK STOCK *
On account of bavins ' sold , bis stock farm w« '
are .ordered 'by Jots Mackey to sell bis . entire
lot of horses, consisting- of 62 head of thor- ".'
oushbred mares In foal. -yearlings; and 2 yeae
olds; also trotting and draft bred colts,' and 13
bead of choice S year old mnles. - '. '
Sale takes place Tuesday, Marctt t. at 1 p. tn.» *
at Grlgsby*!* Stock Yards, Woodland, Cat. • \u25a0•'
Send for eatalogne. . \u25a0 •*\u25a0 .
-HORD A UkWSOS. Auctioneers. .
704 Market St.. S» ¥*.. or Woodland. CaL
'| USE CALL WANT ADS?
• VIA COAST LINE -rC-V't' .
lieave .. -. (fkixi and Townsnid Streets) , Arrive
tS.25a Loop— 23J Street.- Visitacion, South "-. .
* '•- \u25a0• •; San Franeisc* Valencia Street. - . A . t-"L3<s* - _
\u25a0f5.35a Loop— Valencia "Street.. 'Ocean View.
Cemeteries. Sonth Ssrai » Ftincisco,
23d Street, "frd and Towasepd . . . .-. . t»-43« -JOt 1
6.20 a South San Francisco. S-»n Jo«e, Gilroy.
(Hollister), Sargent. Psjaro, Watson- '•--.:-
>: ville. Santa Crat... ::/..... /.*...*::. ' ;7JBOp-j^ 1
7.00 a South Ean Franeisee,-. Palo Alto; Saa .
Jose, Way Sta fan*. .*.-:.• * 7JBa
"?.00a Majfidd. Los ,*Uo». Xos Gate 5. ...... t7.20p ,
8-COa Shore Line Liaaited— Paso .';Robl*t " • .'
Hot Sprines. -Saata Barbara^ . ' Leu.
Ansdw... ...-j... :;.,;..:... ».3C*p;;;j|
aOSa Th« Coosfer— San Jose. Paiaro (Wai-- • " ' • J
wnville, Santa CroiX CartrtHrffle^.
(Dd Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove>, ;. \u25a0
Salinaj. tWedod, * Px<«*- Robles • Hot . > '. . • .- '
.Springs, San Luis Obi»po, Surf. - ...-,.-
- (Lompoc'*. Santa Barbara, "Ventura* \u25a0- . "• • ".-. :
Oiaard. Los Angdes :^..'..^- \u25a0 11.45*» .-.- .
a2oa*4laySel-ft Los Altos. Lcs Galot," Wright. ..: - \u25a0* -: • ".
GlenwoodCßoclderCrtek^.SantaCro-i.-" : .• "•
. \u25a0 ' Wataonville, Castrotill'-,* Del : Monte. •-\u25a0-•.-,.•::
Monterej-, Pacifio Grove. ".'... . ;.-. " 9.0~y -.:-.
9.00 a San Jose, Gilroy, Sallaaji. Paso Roble* , : • ; : *-. : '
Hot Springs, Ban Luis Obi-jpo-TTrw ' •*-..\u25a0•.
Pinoe— Watsonvaie, SaaU Crej.Cel * "•*; -. f
* Jfonte. Moaterev, Paciae Grore. . . .v ' 41 :. ; • " . .
10.40 a South Saii Francisco, Burimgimt. Saa' ' * • \u25a0
, Mateo. Palo Alto. Saa J05e,.:.....-.. ' • «^Wi •
1 0,40 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gattw. . j. • ',r, r
1 1.30 a Vnleneia Street, Ocean View, -Cofcna,. ... " ' ' '.':''\u25a0'.
. Cemeteries. Badea.San Bnrao:*.*.-.*"- IJB|I ."*
11. 40 a South Saa Franciaco, San Jose. . 1 . ..i" 18-20* .- •*.
2.00p Del Moate Express— San Jose. .Gilroy, ."-. \u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0' x : . -\u25a0 -.
; \u0084 Sarjent (Watsonville, Santa Cra*)* • .•.••-::\u25a0.•
- '- * Del Monti*. Monterey, Pacifio Gro-r«f . .i s - \u25a0'»
.:V . ttSali-iM)--.......: •.:.:...:: I2JC» \u0084,
2JSa South Saa Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa;"- • ' :•\u25a0•[\u25a0.\u25a0.
A * - J05e::...:.'...i....-......-"-i— i \u25a0 BL4Oa. ,".
' t2.03p.L0s Altos. Monta Vista. Loa Gatos t3.20f -
3JX)p Eo^th San Francisco, San Mattw. Saa • •?\u25a0'". \u0084:.';
: Jose. Gilroy, Trt» Pinoa, Salipat. : ."- > lit 10a.", * .\u25a0"
' 3.00p "Watsonrille, 9ant*-.Cru», CastroTilli. . : '- .. -,;.:.;
. Dd Monte, ilonterey. Paeifks Grn^f..lo.oOn\ :
3.40p Santa -Clara, Sai- Joee. Loa Gatov! \u25a0' . ; ! ; \*"-'
• . "A>i?h-i (Eoiider Chwk). SaptaChn. : 10.00 a \u25a0.",
4.00p Sunset Expre»r-=- Taewn. .Demin-t. .-...\u25a0."\u25a0:\u25a0;.;•
." . B Paso. - Houst<in. ' Ne» ' Orienßt. . ; ; •.;\u25a0::•..*•
' - Pa» Roblea Hot;Sp-^p-p, San; Luis. •••\u25a0.••..*..••.\u25a0;\u25a0.,
Obispo, Santa Barbara ana Lox.^Bfde-i- . I M 0« \u25a0 ;
. 4 &£Ct Kansas Gtr, St. louij, Chicaid; -..-*; U-.<C**->
4.20p Squth Saa Francisco, Saa Jose,..-.»..-."fWIOa-;'-'
15.00? Eyrfißkame. Saa' Matep, • "bio l. Alto,..- -. \u25a0' -. .;-.";
i > .Sta Jose aart W*.}" Stamens. . . .' l ... ».*-: :.,ft4o« ';• '\u25a0 ;
t5.05p Loop— 23d Strett,- -Visitation; South •'. .'•\u25a0:•,;
Saa FrancL«co, Vrienda 5treet. ,'....%., t«J5> - •"•;
t x2op Red*ond, Palo Alto. San Jose.^ . *'\u0084 -. I . lOp v •
' Ts^op Ixs .'Utos. Menta Vis*a. Loi Gains. .. * t370» ".*•\u25a0" =
' f5.2Sp Burlin^acl^ S»n Matw.San Jose..^.^: 1 - T3sop-.' *
ts3op Loop— Valencia. gtreet.:Oc(«*a i.Vipw.- * ; " . .•;.
Cenieteries,.. Sonth Saa : Francisoo^. •*\u25a0.= '. • ;'j
- 23d Street. 3d and Towntend. .c. .:. .. tfl.4op . \u25a0•-.
3.40p San Brnnp. Sao Mateo; Redwood; Pate •:. : • * \u25a0;•-." *
Alto, Sanw Chra, can Jose.... -..\u25a0.",.: :7.40a'
/ ».40p Lns .Wtos, Monta Vista. Los Gates. .•.:i9.4fla - *
, J.Opp Millbrae, Saa Matep, Fate Alt*. Jlay. ••:-•.
fidd. Los Alto*, Los Gato«. . . .'.V. . ;. -tBJ»« .. •
tB.OSp 234 Street, Visjtvdon, South ..:?»a ''.."\u25a0\u25a0
" • Francisco, Valencia' StrtrtJ. .*•.".. .i.-.'..- t7.lB^_' \u25a0 .*
\u25a0 |6.25p Loop — Valencia Street.. Ocean *Ti«w. \u0084 -.•. ....
•-Cemeteries, South '• San .Fnneisco, . \u25a0 •"•"'••.;
• °- 23d Street. Wand TowaBwd:.A^..-=t7^of * .'
6.30s South San Fnarjaco, San Jose. /.":.'.. '.""8.40P •..•:.
B.oop Los An^ri«> Passenger— ;G3ro'y.Saiipa.y* . . \u25a0* \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0;
.. Paso Robt» Hot \u25a0fprrnis. ?an"Loia-'S •--.-• .
Obispo. Santa ßarbarn ana Los Angdes' tJOk "v
I 1.45p- Saata Saa Francisco, Palo Alto, I 7-20*1 *• ' •;
\u25a0 San.fese ::\u25a0:•: :^.::A '\u25a0 7.48» -\u2666
°LQCAL FERRY TRAI')t»T-Vsa' OiakM f»*. 5 £%]|
To Oakland. Btrkel »y, Bei7>man, Eut "Oaktano) • and . '<
FrultvalsA-Daily — From 4.00 «.m..'ai>d .every twenty •'• "\u25a0
minutes until 7.00 p.ra. indurive; thin; 7.40, ,8.20," •"-
9.00. 9.40. 10.20, .11.00, i 11.40 pja., = 12.20 and .
1.20 a.m. # . • \u25a0•••:"- ..- \u25a0••:•
To Sather and Melro*» via S«vtftlh St-*-Da3v— Froai :>\u25a0• !
6.00 a.m., and errrv t-vmty minnt«n nntil 7.00 p.n>.'- s .
indusire. thea 1.40, •3.20., 9.00. 9.40,, 1tt20i 1U» •
and 11.40 pjn.' * \u25a0 * " . -\u25a0 - "•",'.
To Stoifthum— Daflr Excspt"Sanday— dOp. 7.oa' 8.C0,* *
3.00 ».m.. 2.20. 3.C0, 4.00, fi.oo; 6.40 p.m; . Sanday : . .
oaly 9.0Q 10.00 ajn.. £00 pjn^iCO, 3LOO. 4.00; &JD& -1-
s.4o pjn. !\u25a0"••. \u25a0 '. •."•«..\u25a0•• •\u25a0.-:
Jo Oakland Flnt St. Fruitvi!e.A!*ma«U. via H«r-»tho« : " :
—Daily— From tttOO. <i2O ajn. and -every twenty"."
\u25a0 minutes until 8.20 -njn. inclusive; then 9.00," 9.20, "':'
10.00. 10.20, 11.0 a U. 20 a^L. 13 m,, 13:20.1.00, U0; =
2.C0. 120; 3.C0, 3.20, J3.40' pjn. "aad every twenty •
minutes until 7 pjn. indu?iv*:.7.4O,- 5.20." 9.C0.' 9.40,'
10.20. 11.00 and ll.<o rjn...U2o and 1.20 ajo.. \
Additional traia, to Oakland FJrti.St. I\h a.m. .**.. , ,
To W«»t Berkeley '-•DaSy.Exfept Sunday — Frem 4.C0
a.m. and every twenty minutes raid 8.20 a.m. indu- '
-»ire: then 9.C0 a.m.' sod every -hour -ontil 4.00* p.'«.
iadosive: then 4.20, pjn. «nd. every tireatv- mmntea .> -
until 7.0 d pja.. indasive; th«n 7.40 p.nu" 8.30,- 9.00, S
9.40. 10.20. U.0.X11.W p."Ba.and 12-^i.m. - £g£M
To West Brkelsv— Sunna-rs-'onlj^-^Frojn fILOO a.m., .--
then 7.00. 8.00, 9jOO a.0.-in-)l-Kive;:th(f5i 9^20 ajn. aad . .
every twenty minutft until 3.40 pjn. inrdusivt: th«t -,•
4.00 pjn. and every tweatv ntnutcs "until'7.oo p.m. in- J
dusive; then 7.40pjn.. R2O. 9.C0;- 9.4 ft 10.20., ltOa^fH
• 11.40 pjn. acd 12.20 a*T. • \u25a0•.•\u25a0•
To Corbln — Daily Except fitmdaj I—Fs-bi»1 — F$-bi» ft.oo a.m. m| '
every 20 minutrs un*a 8.20 a.m!. th«i 9ffl; lfflo
a.m.. 12.00 m.: I.(XX ?.C0.3.C0, 4.00. 4.-3J,- 4.«. 5.00|, *
5.20. &40 and 0.00 pjn.' . • " -.«-»:
To Corbin — Sundays only — Frrtn- OuOQ aju, thea 7.00,"
.8.00, 9.00 K.VO. icdusive: ' then 9.20 a.m." and e»«-v \u0084
i twenty minutes' until 3.40 p'ja. ind-a-rive; then, 4.C0 .
pja. and every twenty minutes cctil 6.00 p.m. \u25a0'\u25a0
d^Sk. Schedule ; Effective
*U^7 November 15, 1909
i'.^S ©^ • UNIOX* FERRY DEPOT
t2JO^ \ <taa Fraaciiw
Uw / , - VIA . 3ACSAUTO • Arrive-
7:^U« fetaluma. Santa Boaa. HeatO*-! • ~
• borg, ClOTerdale. UkUb. WtIUU. • •
Sherwood. Scbaatopol. 'Gueras- •
TlUe. 'Mt.' Klo. 'Duncan Mills.. £.11?
> 8 -20 a »Pt. Reyes, »Mt. Bio/' •C«ad«n>. . t"*:it^ '
\u25a0 '8:20 a ••Sonoma. ••Glen Men t*r»s»".
J9 :ooa Petalnma. Santa Rosa. Cloverdale ;" *•\u25a0«
11:00 a Petalumm.. Santa R05a........ *:i*a .
3:00p Petalnma. Santa Rosa. Healdsbarx.
Cloverdale. \u25a0 Cki&b, ' 'Guernsvilla,
. < ' Mt. Rio, Duncan Mills. Sebas-
topot •.......*.,........\u25a0.... t»:3T»
14:005Pt. Reyes. OccldenUl \u25a0
4 :-JOp Sonoma. Glen Ellen ..........\.. 9:17 a
j B:20p Pctaluma. Santa Rosa \u25a0..'...\u25a0...\u25a0[ 9',37-t
ELECTRIC SUBUBBAN VIA BACSAUTO
- Sausalito, Kill Valley, Saa . Rafael— Dail r
every 40 minutes from -7:00 a. m. until 9:00 a.
m. ; tben hourly nntil 4:00 p. m.; then every 4, > •
minntes . nntll 6:40 p-,m. ; tcea , i:0O \u25a0 and 10 :9j
p. m. and 12:01 a. m. ... ..-\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0*. •, \u25a0
Fairfax— Leave San rranclaeo t7:00, 7:40,' S:».
9:00.10:00, 11:00 a. m.. J12:00 noon. \f:<X.
2:O<J, 4:00.. 4:40.'- 5:20 and 6:00 p. m. * Jt*??'*
San ftaantin Via Saa Saiael — Leave 9:00 a. &.
and 2:00 p..m. - • * \u25a0>** -.?p>^r.v
Tihuxoa and B«Iredar«— 17"00. |T:4O. 10: W «
a m. (112:00 noon. -except Saturday). .-. \mXK\
14:00. J5:20, .T:l5 p. m. Sundays. |f:0O," |T:4«.
10:15 a., m..' 12:30, . |4:QO. 13-20." 7:13 « p. ;m..
112:01 a.' m. - - - . - v. ' -
..-•Sunday \u25a0 arrive 7 "37- p.- m. ••Sunday arrlvn
6:57 p. m. tEzeept' Pnaday. ° JSuadaj onlj.
•Saturday oalj. . I Via. Sansallto.
Pacific Transfer . Company's agents are author-
ized to check bassaze direct. from residence.
tMUIR WOODS
AND ' ' .
MT. TAMALPAJS
via BAUSAUTO rennv
•\ foot op makUt rrxmer .
. LCTAL HOUDAT«^»UMOAT TWtt
~ if.Si rr»cto . UM* \u25a0»* •\u25a0->\u25a0 I y It. Iwntmit \u25a0\u25a0
"10:00*1. 9:00* t7:35a l 12:83» Hs»ltf:4««
*4:40P 1J:00a eTMp {\u25a0\u25a0 3:03". - 4:25p V*fr
...... 1:00 i» 4=3op 4:2Sp *9:15p ;W ',?.
...... ;2:00p ..-..'.. S:10p ...... :*ls>: *15>
...... 3:00 P..•.-:.'.':'•.:•.:. z -...-:: S;3S-»
•Sat. only. fMoa. only. • ©TamaJpaia only. \u2666 ontf
Ticket Offiets— SaaaJito F#vry and 8?4 Market v tx 1
General Office-MM VaDey. Califeraia. v *
"TAVERN OFJJUMLMM \u25a0 and - MUtR M£ j
an alwaja •§«• tar gw*rf
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