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\u25a0 New York Produce
;' NEW TOBK. March 15— Hope— Dull.
;h Hide*— Steady.
W petroleum — Steady.
. tvool— Steady.
Svgar — Saw firm; muscavado, $9 test, 3.80 c;
centrifugal, 86 test. 4.35 c; molasses sugar, 89
W:. S.eic. Refined etetdy.
•»'-^-"offee — Closed dull, net unchanged to 5 point*
\hi*ii*>r; sales, 10.000 bags. Closing quotations —
March. 6.55 c; April. 6.90 c; May, 6.95 c; June,
\u25a0 7c; July, 7.10 c; August, September^ October,
Nor«nber. December, January and February,
7.15 c. Spot quiet; No. 7 Kio. S 11-16<gS8ic; No.,
.4 Santos. Stye- Mild quiet; Cordova, t»^<£l2!ic
." Batter — Firm and unchanged.
Cheese — Firm and unchanged.
. Eggs— Easy; western firsts, [email protected]*c; sec
ond*. [email protected]\e.
DRIED FRUITS
• Eva-orated Apples— Steady; spot fancy, I<H4
©lie; choir*. SQ&'jc; prime, 6%<g7^c; common
to fair, 66J"6%c.
'Prunes— Steady; Calif ornlas up to 30-40s, 2%
[email protected]>4e; Qrepons, 6^»c.
• Apricots — Easter; choice. lO?t<Sllc;. extra
.choice. lli~<&12o; fancy. J2ft£l3c.
. I'eaches — Steady; choice. 6Vs<3B\c; extra
-• chok-p. «%@"ViC; fancy, T^^'^c.
• Raisins — vfuiet; loose muscatels, 3%<Q3 r \c;
.'\u25a0irfkuce to fancy wded, sfg6*ic; seedless, 3Vs<S
\u25a04\c; London layers, [email protected]
Kantcro EJi-estork Market
KANSAS CITY
'. KANSAS CITY. March 15.— Cattle— Becelpt*,
:.S.(kk>. Market strong. Native steers, $6.25®
\u25a0 8;' cow« and heifers. $3.50«57; Btockers and
\u25a0frpders. f 4.2«*(a«.oy; bulls. |4.40fa.5.45; calves, |
• * 4.5<i(g9; western steers, $5.73<(j*".75; western;
cons, $3.r>oiJj(J.23.
' Ilogn—Ueceipt*. 11.W0. Market 5c higher.
.. Bii!k of tale*. $10.2T»<i410.60; heaTy, $10.50$
lo.TO: packers and butcher*. [email protected]; !
-light. $J0.2riQ10.50; pigß, [email protected]
Sheop — lUv-elpts. 7,<kiO. Market 5c to 10c
liiciaor. Muttoas. $6.50^8; lambs. [email protected];
frd western wetiiers aDd yearlings, $7 ft a; fed
western ewe*. $<>.50<j«7.75.
SOiriH VMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA, March 15.— Cattle — Receipts,
. S.OOO. Market steady to strong. Native steers,
*.'>.-5<27.K.*»; cows and heifers, [email protected](>.25; west
ern btwrs, $6(46.75; caJiners, $3&4; atorkers i
f.r>4 feelers. *+r<^.«o; calves, $4(g5.25; bulls, >
htafrs. ftc. $4<jj<». I
Ilojr*— Receipts, 11.000. Market steady to 5c
s fcijrlxr. Heavy. $10.45'510.f10; mixed. $10.35(3
.10.45; light, $10.25^10.45; pigs. $5.&0<&9.50;
bulk of sales, J10.:>5(a.10.45.
- ' . Shceji — Ueceipts, *,500. Market for sheep
irTeady; lambs, !<>@lsc higher. Yearlings, $8©
. *".85; wethrrs. $7.50(88.10; ewes, $7.50^7.^0;
•lauifcs, 53.20(&8.75. I
I-o« Ansel«a Markets
t&pecial Dispatch to The Call]
'\u25a0' I l.Oi> ANGELES, March 15. — Northern fresh
)rheete declined lc on the produce exchange to
.'<3aj'. A car of northern celery arrived today
; and sold well. Mexican tomatoes are in de
.m«i><l.
' Reoe'ipts of produce were: Eggs, C7l cases;
'.butter, 04,51» pounds; cheese, 355 pounds; pota
u*>. t.v; sacks; onions. 1,200 sacks; beans, IS
\u25a0Mfcej >vi-i>ei potatoes, 402 sacks; apples, none.
Butter (per 2 1b rolli — Creamery, extra, C2V6c;
creamery, first, tkie; eastern cre*mery, extras,
tJOc; cwking butter, 22c per lb.
Eggs (.per dozen) — Extra select, 26c; local
..Tancu. candled, firsts, 24c; case coant, 22c; stor
-sfre parked, extras, 22c; storage packed, sec
joods. 20c.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' C-fceese (per lb) — Northern fresh, 20c; eastera
' *ii.glep. lH(g2oc; eastern twins, 20c; eastern
. cijeddaxs, 20(421r; eastern longhom, 21c; eaatera
.daisy, 21c; brick creamery, 20c; Oregon daisy,
?le.
: \u25a0 -Be*n« (per otl> — No. 1 pink. $5.25<g5.50: No.
X llmas, $4.40(54.50; Lady Washington. $4.50;
small whites. $5.40(&5.50; blackeyes, 14.75; Gar
vaEtas, $4.50; lentils, $7.
• Potatoes tper ctl) — Salinas, $1.65(81.75; high-
Unds, fiwi.S'.; Lompoc, $1.6531.75; Watson
ville, $1.40ai.W»; yellow sweets. $3.50; white,
$2..%0Cj5; red, $2.25(&2.50: Oregon early rose, $2;
Idaho, $1.55; white rose. $2.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
Cotton Slarket
!-' NEW YORK, March 15.— Hutton's wire says:
; "The cotton market was active during the
morning and there was evidence of a sharp con
test between important interests. The heavy
\u0084;'.|el!lng by Mitchell was a conspicuous factor in
;. \-;i:.f trading and was of such proportions a* to
• ; . indicate that some ol the large interests were
\u25a0:\u25a0 not adverse to the idea of going against the
•• aaarket. Much more attention was paid to the
- reports in regard to the favorable weather at
tbe south and the development of somewhat
' cloudy conditions iv parts uf the southwest in
.' <!uced come selling.
\u25a0;- •'Wall street sold rather freely at times and
\u25a0- there- was less confidence expressed of the abll
- ity of the bulls to control the situation. The.
; fact that the market did aot ebow ability to go
.:\u25a0. through the old high price of a month ago en
..' -couraßpd many bearlsfcjy inclined traders.
' . -Mitchell sold Uayne 30.000 bales of May at
\u25a0\u25a0- SSn. S7c «nd 9Cc. The bull crowd bought in all
.....tcls acd 50,000 bales."
.-: \u25a0 • Spot cotton closed quiet. 5 points lower. Mid
dling uplands, lS.l&c; mldding galf. 15.40 c.
_ .Seles, 5,500 bales.
" • - COTTf>N FUTURES
" • Option — Open. High. Low. Cose.
March 15.0& C 15.0& C 14.!»Sc 14.95 c
April 15.00 c 15.00 c 14.94 c 14.95 c
• May 15.03 c 15.03 c 14.82 c 14.84 c
\u25a0'• -JuDe 14.70 c
." July 14.75 c 14.60 c 14.58 c 14.68 c
Acirust 14.2.V 14.30 c 14.12 c 14.19 c
September 13.40 c 13. 40 c 13.20 c 13.30 c
.OcvVr 12.92 c 12.97e 12.77 c 12.86 c
vSyrember 12.72 c 12. 76 c 12.72 c 12.66 c
• I** \u25a0<•.--, tier 12.71 c 12.72 c 12.09 c 12.64 c
.jJ^-uary \u0084..12.6 0c 12.65 c 12.54 c 12.60 c
Boston Wool Market
." BOSTON. March 15. — The local wool market
remains very quiet, although the eentiment le
fcomewliat firta^ because of the strong tone of
lb» London sal^s. Much interest centers in the
•prices that must be paid for the new clip. Mon
tana growers are still holding tar 25c, and very
.littlp contracting is being done by local buyers.
\u25a0 rir>»* medium trrritorr sells at CSe and a little
-quarterbloort Michigan has sold at 33c.
. .-TUe leading domestic quotations range as fol
.iows: >
Scoured basii> — Texas fine, 12 months, [email protected];
fine six to eight months, 654J56c: California
northern €TigC4; middle county. Cs©6o; fall
free. sS(g6oc.
'. Otpkod — Eastern No. 1 staple, 72g?"4c: East
.era olothins. 70§|.72c; valley No. 1, 57©5Sc.
TfrrHory One staple, 72©74 c; fine medium
ftspl*". [email protected]: fine clothing, 66«468c; fine
oicdlum clothing, [email protected]; half blood, 650G6c;
three-eighths blood, [email protected]; quarter blood, 54
•@r,7e.
\u25a0 Pulled extra, [email protected]; fine A, 67g70c; A
taper*, 60®65c.
St. Louis Wool Market
ST. LOCIS. March 15.— Wool— Unchanged.
- Medium grades, combing and clothing, [email protected]:
ligbt fln»>. 2<)@26c; heavy floe, [email protected]; tub
washed , 20(g.26c.
STew York Metal Market
NEW TORK. March 15.— The market for
«.ian<!«rd copper on the New York metal ex
change was dull today. Spot and all deliveries
up- to the end of May <-los«d at f12.57 1 .-j'S
13.32VJ- The London market closed steady, but
\u25a0 only partially recovered' from an early decline.
Fpot. £5S is 9d: futnres. £59 ISs »d. Locally
the market for lake copper is quoted 8t 13.62V4
ftJIS.STiac; . clectrolyUc. 13.37% Q 13.62 He, aDd
Exempt from Taxes
Paying from <
V 4iA% to 5V2% income '
•. Complete descriptive circul&r
No. 909 upon request
E. H. ROLLINS & SONS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BIDS. SECURITY BLOS.
SAN FR AKCISCO . LOS ANGELES
L F. HUTTON & CO.
43m California St. «TeL I»onarla«j 2487
~t. Francis Hotel Tel. Doucln* 3982
Members of New YorK Stock Exchange
Pioneer House
Private Wire to Chlrasro - and
New York
R. K. Mi:LCAHEV, Manaeer
PEIVATE WIKE, CHICAOO, NXW YOKE,
WESTERN UMION CODE.
J. C. WILSON
KEKBEE
JfFWT YORK STOCK EXCHAXGE \u25a0"
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE,
r VCE STOCK AKD BOND EXCHANGE. EAK
, FKAKCIECO -:\u25a0-\u25a0 :
Main Office \u25a0\u25a0''• Branch Office*
O ILLS BLDG., S. F. PALACE HOTEL
i Correapondents (Main Corridor)
KAS.B.IB WIJTTHROP \u25a0 Ean Fraaciaco
& CO.. HOTEL ALEXAHDRIA
25 Pine St., New York. ' Lo» Angeles.-
3 Rookery. Chicago HOTEL DEL COEO-
1711 Btoat »treet. _ KADO, -,
Denver. Colo. *•\u25a0-, Corona do Beach
easting at [email protected] 13.25 c. Arrivals reported at New
York today, were 450 tona. No exports were-re
ported. Exports from the. . United States during
the first two months of 1910 have been 51,937
tons, against 3.1,076 tons last year.
Tin was quiet. Spot, [email protected];-- March,
[email protected]; April. 31.62^«i531.50c: May and
June. 31.62H ®31.55c. The - London market
closed easy. . Spot, £143 17s 6d; futures, £145
15s. '\u25a0'\u25a0:,-": : -- : '"- '\u25a0'\u25a0'- '-\u25a0-'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -'\u25a0 '
Lead was dull; soot, [email protected] New York
awl [email protected] Ea»t • St. Louis. The English
market was unchanged at £. 13 3« Sd. ;•• : \u25a0\u0084-,•[ t• <'* -'<
Spelter— Dull. Spot, [email protected] New York
and [email protected]»jc-East St. Louis. The "London
market was unchanged at £23.' -. V"'"" £ £: ''\u25a0
Iron wt* unchanged for Cleveland warrants at
51« 6d in England. Locally quiet. No. 1 foun
dry northern. [email protected]; No. 2 northern, ;
No. 1 foundry southern and do southern soft,
[email protected]
' A'aval Stores Turpentine and Rostfn
SAVANNAH, Ga., Marches.— Spirit? Turpen
tine — Firm at 60% c. Sales, <59; receipts, 93;
6liipments, 143; stock. 15.248.
Rosin— Firm. Sales. - 563;. receipts. 1.143;
shipments. 305: stock, 94.116. Quote: B. $4.30;
D. $4.40; E. $4,50; F, $4.60; G, $4.65: H. $4.73;
I, $4.00: X, $5.90; M, $6.40; N, 5«.60;-WG,
J6.53; WW, $7.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
From | Steamer \ Date
CoquUle Itiver . ... Fifield .. .. Mar. 16
Coquille River .... Elisabeth ..... Mar. 16
Humboldt -..'...?.. City of Topeka. Mar. 16
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay Mar. 16
San Pedro Westerner Mar. 17
Portland & Way Ports Santa Clara*.... Mar. 17
San Pedro .'.Roanoke ..Mar. 17
HUo Enterprise Mar. 17
Point Aresa k. Albion. Porno .......... Mar. IT
New York vis Ancon.. Aeapuleo . . Max.* 18
Humboldt F. A. Kilburn. Mar. IS
San Pedro Santa < Barbara.. Mar. 18
San Diego k. Way Ports Queen Mar. 18
Puget Sound Ports Omatilla Mar.. 18
Grajs Harbor Norwood Mar. 18
Coos Bay M. F. Plant. ..] Mar. 18
Saa Pedro Vanguard ..... Mar. 19
San Pedro Nome City „ . .. Mar. 19
San Pedro Rainier Mar. 19
Puget Sound Ports Governor ...... Mar. 20
Seattle & Tacoma Ad^_Sampson... Mar. 20
Grays Harbor '.. Santa Monica,. Mar. 20
San Pedro Hanalei Mar. 21
gal. Crux via S. Diego. Isthmian Mar. 21
Portland & Astoria Kansas City . . Mar. 21
Honolulu Alameda . . . ; . . Mar. 22
Portland & Astoria Northland ..... Mar. 22
Grays Harbor Claremont ..... Mar. 22
San Diego & Way Ports|Santa Rosa ... Mar. 22
TO SAIL -
Destination 1 Steamer I Sails I Pier
_________
Humboldt ....! North Fork., lpm 38
Coos Bay Lucy Neff. . 10 am 86
Humboldt K. Kilburn. .10 am 13
Los Angeles Ports Hanalel 3 pm 10
Grays Harbor Newburg ... 3 pm 21
March 17—
Grays Harbor Westerner
Los Angeles Ports J. Higgins.. 10 am 4
Coquille Ktver Flfldd
Coquille Bl ver Elisabeth ... 5pm....
Humboldt Ravalli ....10 am 27
Astoria & Portland Bowdoin .... 5 pm 19
Astoria & Portland.... Roaaoke ... 1 pm 13
Grays Harbor G. Llndauer
March 18—
Humboldt City Topeka 10 am 11
Grays Harbor...' S. Barbara.. 4pm ....
Honolulu via P. Sound. Hllonlan ... 12 m 38
Liverpool & Way Ports A. Exelmaas 12 m 19
Ban Pedro 4 Way Ports Coos Bay... 4 pm 11
Loe Angeles Ports Norwood ... 2 pm ....
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.. 11 am 9
March 19—
Astoria & Portland.... Nome City.. 5 pm 10
Humboldt Vanguard . . Ipm 19
Point Arena & Albion. . Porno 6pm 4
Honolulu via P. Sound. MUeourian . 10 am 27
New York via Ancon.. Penns'vanla 12 m 40
Puget Sound Ports President .. 2pm 9
Astoria £ Portland Hose City.. 11 am 40
Portland &, Way. Ports. Santa Clara. 1 pm 13
Astoria & Portland. . . . Rainier 3 pm 21
March 20—
Astoria & Portland,... J. B. Stetson .... ....
Coos Bay M. F. Plant Spm 8
Seattle & Tacoma Buekman :.. 1 pm 10
Marcn 21—
Los Angeles Ports Ad. Sampson 10 am 10
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 2pm 9
March 22—
Puget Sound Ports UmatiUa ... 11 am 9
Astoria &. Portland.... St. Helens
Japan tc China | Korea 1 pm 43
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination | Steamer [ Date
Skagway & Way Ports. Jefferson ...... Mar. 16
Valdez & Seward....:. Northwestern .. Mar. 16
Southwestern Alaska... Bertha ........ Mar. 20
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographic office. Mer
chants' Exchange, San > Francisco, March
15, 1910.
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 Sh.
OOm. OOs. Greenwich mean time. .
J. C. BURNETT,
Lieu tenant. U. S. N., in charge.
Sun, Moos and Tide
Lnlted States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Polat. For city
front (Mission street wharf) add 25 mlnntes.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 16
Son rises :6:20
Sun sets ..:.. 6:18
Moon sets a. m.
First quarter moon March 17, at 7:23 p. m.
Full moon ...March 25. at 12:12 a. m.
Time Time; Time Tlmel
Me^ Ft 1 — rt Ft —yrt
|H W| L W| H W L W
iu-.l 2:3* A.SI 9:8^1 0.3 4:44 4.0 9:28 3.0
17.. 3:26 5.4 10:41 0.2 6:21 4.0 10:29 3.2
18.. 4:29 5.3 11:54 0.1 7:40 4.2 11:47 3.5
19.. 5:38 5.2 1:02—0.1 S:4l 4.3
L W H W L W H W v
20.. 1:07 3.5 6:50 5.2 2:02—0.2 9:29 4.6
21.. 2:18 3.4 7:58 5^5 2:54—0.110:08 4.8
22.. 3:12 2.9 8:58 5.3 3:38 0.0 10:42 6.0
23.. 3:58 2.6 9:50 5.3 4:17 0.2 11:10 5.2
24.. 4:40 2.110:39 5.2 4:51 0.6 11:36 6.3
25.. 5:19 1.511:26| 6.1 5:34 0.9 .....;...
V. S. Branch Hydrogrrapklo Office
A branch oT the United States bydrographlc
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 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.
J. a BURNETT,
Lieutenant, U. S. N.. In charge.
HYDROGEAPHIO OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE I Ft. 1 Date | Remarks
Grays Harl 18 Jan. lsllnner bar buoy sub-
I \ merged.
Wlllapa Bl 27 (Feb. 8 Whistling buoy 1 mile
I j I north of bar. -
Colum. R.j 24 I Nov. SjWhlstiing buoy 1 mile
* I t I-" buoy No. 2.
Nehalm B| 8 F^b. 2 Bar buoy 200 yards N.
I 1 I of channel.
TUlmk B. 9 Dec. 17jCbannel shifted 1 mile
' - I south in gale Nov. 28.
Nun buoy No. 0 and
Taquina B 14 Feb. 12 can buoy No. 3 gone
adrift. ' -
Slnslaw R| s^4|Feb. SlChannel going nortn.
Uznpqua R 13^ Feb. 4 Channel in good condl-
I I ( - tioa. \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-.. .-- ;
. 12 feet at low tide to
Coos Bay. IS Feb. IT North Bend; 12 feet
, at low tide to Marsh-
| fl>ld.
Coquille B. 9 Jan. 71Chanael straight; good
I 1-1 condition. ' \u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0-
Rogue BJv |. ....\u25a0\u25a0..
Klamth B 7 Jan. 7 Channel straight east
\u25a0 ~ ( J -\u25a0•'•\u25a0 I ' and west. - *. .
Hmbldt B 19 Mar. 1 North : channel unsafe
- •-. . .-.•.. to navigation. : .
B Pedro B| 20 Fen. 20 [No change In channel.'
S Diego B| 25 * (Dec. 9 1 No change 'in channel:
S Pablo Bi 24 (Dec. 1 {Depth. in dredged chan-
II I nel. .
COLLAPSES AS'tfUDQE
PRONOUNCES SENTENCE
Merchant Convicted of Helping
Loot Bank Falls in Court
INDIANAPOLIS, March 15.— As sen
tence was pronounced on him by Judgre
Anderson In the pnlte'J States district
court today. Paul C. Gall collapsed and
Clipped to the floor between the deputy
marshals > who were suppoftlngr^ him.
Gall's face grew livid In the progress
of Judge Anderson's scathing denuncia
tion and "his knees bent under him
when the court said: . "!
"I sentence "you 'to five .'years in the
federal prison at Leavenworth." .\'
Gall was ; convicted \u25a0 last week of hav
ing aided Mar P.. Emmerich; l a l i book
keeper of the Capitol national bank of
this city. >im abstracting- 340.000 of the
bank's . funds. ~.i ,Gall, -a tobacco , mer
chant, was a depositor In the bank: and
he overdrew his account $3,000. io Em
merich covered \u25a0; the overdraft. :. He Is"
serving a" sentence In the Leavenworth
prison. :"»' .
ANTI-BIXU3OARD OHDINAKCE— Los ?Angeles,
• March 15. — An ordinance aimed to prohibit the
bnlldlnc^ or maintenance of billboards' and
fence signs or ' advertleements ; within the -city
'~ limits was prefiented ; to : the city council today
and •by * that . body referred to its : legal ' com
-•mltte*. \u25a0 .--• - \u25a0:: .. -"•-. :--.' ',-, ";; ,-,:-/\u25a0.
Additional Marine ; News oa Page ' 12
:T^;rHA^M^CiB(^:..'CAI^^WEDMiaDAY. MABGH 16. 1910;
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
SHIPPING NEWS OF? COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the- Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The CaU]
PORTLAND, March 15.— Reports in shipping
circles are that the British steamer "Ardmount,
Captain McDowell,; has been fixed by the Ameri
can trading company for a' cargo of lumber frora
Portland to Australia and will b« due here for
June loading. The . Ardmount is ; of . 2,440 tons
net register and will take out about 3,000,000
feet of lumber. The Ardmount is on its way
from- Java to San ' Francisco. '",-. :
Carrying a cargo of general' freight, the steam
schooner Jim . Butler is due \u25a0 to : arrive ' tomorrow
from \u25a0 San Francisco 1 . " After discharging cargo it
w-ill proceed to Everett to load : poles for San
Pedro, «nd the Olson & Mahony steamship com
pany hare instructed Little & Crawford to try
and secure a cargo of freight for the schooner s
trip to the Bound.*" ' ;-.->.-\u25a0--,: \u25a0 •'.^v ,•
Commander J. M. Ellicott, lighthouse inspec
tor for. this district, went to Grays Harbor yes
terday to look into the matter, of mating some
changes to the aids "of • oavigation - there. A
change has been alsd^made in the keeper of the
lights at Grays Harbor, snd Harry D. McKen
ney has succeeded Elmer •V. Smith :" as keeper
of the six Ushts. ' . \u25a0
For a cargo 0f, 350,000 feet of lumber to San
Francisco the steam schooner Nome City, Cap
tain Hansen; was chartered yesterday • by v Little
& Crawford. That part of its cargo will .- be
loaded at the Eastern and Western mills, and
the remainder, of ' about 500,000 - feet, will b«
loaded at Rainier for Olson & Mahonv. i
Carrying 250 passengers and * 1,400 tons of
general freight, the steamer Kansas City, Cap
tain Nopander, arrived from San Francisco last
night.* ?-:->\u25a0 \u25a0•;.: .
Carrying passengers and x general freight, the
steamer Ramona, • Captain Nelson, arrived at
Ainsxvorth dock from Coos bay at 11 o'clock last
night. • - - ;.-'\u25a0. • .-.--.... : . *.--• -
With 700 tons of cem«ait and general freight,
the steam schooner Thomas L. \Wand, Captain
P«tersen,( arrived last night at Couch- street
dock. After finishing discharging at Oak street
dock lt will proceed to Grays Harbor in ballast
to load lumber for San Francisco. , > \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
The stea mschdoner Tallac was \u25a0 taken out on
the Orepon drydock this morning for repairs. It
will be oa the dock about 10 days.
Steamers Argyll, Saglnaw. and; Yellowstone,
from ' San Francisco, arrived today. -
Steamer Hoqulam. for » Grays Harbor, and
steamer Golden Gate, for Tillamook, sailed
today.
EUREKA, March IB.— Calvin Stewart of P«
trolla. southern Humboldt, wUI ship 6.000 cords
of tanbark to San Francisco this season from
the new wharf at the mouth of \the^ Mattole
river, chartering two schooners for that pur
pose. Produce shipments from Mattole will also
be, heavy. - : " •
According to J. Milton Carson of the Dollber-
Carson lumber company : the schooners Lottie
Carson and Bertha I>oUber, now tied gp in -this
bay, will not be placed in commission again for
some time — In fact, the windjammers ; may be
sold or relegated to the graveyard for good. 1
Steamer Santa Clara of the North Pacific
steamship company . arrived from Astoria and
Portland today with large cargoes of grain and
flour. The Sants Clara will Bali for San Fran
cisco tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Pacific Coast steamer Oity of Topefcs Balled
for &an Francisco this afternoon with a large
cargo of 'freight and a big list of passengers.
Steamer North Fork ;is due from San Fran
cisco today with freight and mall..v •
ASTORIA, March 15.—011 tanker Santa Rita
sailed today In ballast for Baa Francisco.
British bark Arctic Stream arrived today from
Antwerp in ballast.
Oil tank eteamer Argyll arrived from San
Francisco Monday evening with a cargo of fuel
oil for the Union oil company and left up the
river this morning, after having discharged sev
eral thousand barrels of its cargo into the tanks
of the 'company here. *
Steam schooners Yellowstone and Saglnaw ar
rived this morning from San Francisco to load
lumber. ,
LOS ANGELES, March 15. — Arrived— Steamer
Queen, from Seattle; steamer Vanguard, from
Eureka; steamer Helen P. Drew, from Green
wood; British steamer Nancunia, from Antofa
gasta. - ,
Sailed— United States steamer Justin, for San
Diego; steamer Westerner, . for Grays -Harbor;
steamer .Roanoke, for Portland; steamer Fair
Oaks, for Grays Harbor; steamer Bee, for Puget
sound; steamer San Gabriel, for Umpqua river;
steamer Pasadena, for Albion. " -
SEATTLE, March 15. — Departed— French bark
Due d'Almale, for Tacoma; Japanese steamer
Inaba Maru, for the orient: steamer Governor,
for Tacoma; steamer A. G. Lindsay, for Valdez.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
Tuesday, March 13.
U S stmr Explorer, Dodrell, 23 hours from. Port
San Luis.
Stmr Whittier. Seaman, 22 hours from Port
San Lais; oil to Union oil company.
Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander, \u25a08U hours from
San Diego; passengers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast steamship company.
Stmr Alcatmz, Winkel, 83 hours from San
Podro; ballast to L. B. White lumber company.
Stmr Fulton, Maloney, 52 - hours from San
Pedro, with schr Allen A in tow; ballast to Byx
bee tc. Clark lumber company.
Stmr Hanalel, McFarland, 37 hours from San
Pedro; passengers and merchandise to Indepen
dent steamship company.
Stmr F. A. Kilburn, McLellan, 21 hours from
Eureka; passengers and merchandise to C. P.
Doe & Co.
Stmr Tirerton, Johnson, 87 hours from Lud
low; 550 M ft lumber to Pope & Talbot.
Stmr Falcon, Schage, 4S hoars from Astoria;
&00 tons wheat to Golden Eagle milling com
pany.
Stmr Buck man, Wood, 6" hours from Seattle;
passengers and merchandise to Alaska-Pacific
steamship company.^,
Stmr George Loomls, Smith, 32 hours from
Bedondo beach ; oil to Standard oil company.
Schr Allen A, Henriokson, 52 hours • from : San
Pedro, in tow stmr Fulton; ballast. to Byxoee &
Clark lumber-company. : ' \u25a0:<;\u25a0
\u25a0 Schr Oregon. Melberg, 7 days from Coquille
river; 400,000 feet lumber to A. F. Esta brook.
CLEARED
Tuesday, March 15.
Br Btmr \u25a0 Tri»culo, Hashes, -Tocopllla and Tal
tal.'Tia Fort San Lais; Union oH company. .
Stmr City of Pnebla, Zeh, Victoria," B. C, and
Port Townsend; Pacific Coast steamship company.
Jap stmr Tenyo Maru, Bent, ' Hongkong ria
Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama, yla
Honolulu ;:W.H.'ATery agent.' •
Stinr Watson, Griffith, Seattle; Alaska-Pacific
steamship company. .
Scht Premier, Frey, Blalne; Alaska Packers
association.
SAILED
\u25a0;-. Tuesday, March 15. ;
Stmr J. J. Loggle, Johnson, Eureka.
Stmr Anrella, Weber, Eureka:
Stmr . Hornet, Marxsen, Grays Harbor.
Stmr Westport, Wetterqulst, Crescent City.
Stmr Taboe, Paulsen. Grays Harbor.
- Stmr Watson. Griffith, Seattle.
Stmr Aleatrax, Winkel, Greenwood,. tU. Point
Arena.' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0:.-.\u25a0' : " ..\u25a0-",-.
Jap Htrnr Tenyo Maru,~ Beat, . Hongkong, etc.,
\u25a0via • Honolulu. <\u25a0\u25a0 \
Stmr Fulton, Maloney, Mendoclno. \u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0•/-
Br stmr Oberon, Pftowse, Ancon, rl* Port San
Luls.^.^ •\u25a0 'V- \u25a0- ;\u25a0\u25a0 '. .\u25a0.\u25a0..:\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 '-: --' \- .
Stmr Catania, Cantay, : Portland.
Stmr Kedondo, Bendigard, Coo« bay.
Stmr City of Poebla, Zeb, , Victoria . and Seat-
Stmr Shasta, Hansen, Columbia rlrer. '1
Stmr Colonel E. L. Drake, Bunting, Seattle. *
Stmr Prenti«», Iverson, Eureka.
Scbr Bepeat, Pearson, Coos bay, in. tow stmr
Bedondo. . . " :
Barge 3,' Klrkwood, Seattle, In tow stmr Colo
nel B. L. Drake, v: - :
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS, \u25a0'\u25a0 March 15, 9 t. m. — Thick;
wind, northeast; velocity. « miles per ; - hour.
12 noon— Foggy ; wind. \u25a0 ?a»t; - Telocity, 6 miles
per hour/ 1 3 p. m.— Hazy; wind, northeast; \u25a0Te
locity. 12 miles per hour. .= ' "£«\u25a0
POINT REYES, March \u25a0- 15, ©a. m.— Foggy ;
wind, south;. velocity ,~ 19 mile* per hour. 12 noon
Partly cloudy; '• wind, : southeast; * Telocity, '.'_ 28
10 FaWILONES, .' March , 15." 9 a. m.— Cloudy ;
wind, southeast ;.TelocKy, 18 miles per hour. - > ,
TATOOSH. March 15, .9 a. m.— Foggy; wind,
cast; Telocity.. 4 miles per hour. • •-
• SPOKEN
March 14— Lat 39 deg 25 mm N, long 71 deg
3 mln W, ship Henry : If ailing, from Tacoma, tor
New York
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, March 15. 10 p. m.— Weather
cloudy; , ; wind awest,: -.Telocity ; eight % miles ?; per
hour.
DOMESTIC '-.. PORTS
\u25a0 ; PORT SAN ""\u25a0- LUIS-^-Arrlved - March 14-^Stmr
Coos Bay, : from ; San Pedro, and sailed for , San
March 15— Stmr City of To
oeka for ' San Francisco. -\u25a0 :; \ \u25a0.'
•ASTORlA— Arrived > March 14^ — Stmr > rgyli,
hence' March 12. March 15— Br ship rArctic
Stream ' from 'Shield*. • \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 > ", : i • ..'
°- Sailed t March : 13— Stmr Santa Rita; for; San
- TACOMA— ArrlTed March ' 15— Ger itror Itauri,
from Seattle; stmr ; Mexican, , from Seattle; stmr
Klamoth, from Everett. ; : ' ;; .r.-: -
Sailed March 15— Stmr Ai, G." Lindsay, for
e A t rrWed < March^lS— Stmr Governor, from Seat
tie • ' Fr bark ' Due d' Aumaler from Seattle, r- •• \.
- SOUTH \u25a0 BEND— Sailed March 15— Stmr; Qui
nanlt/ for San Francisco. v ; '
t-~. WILMINGTON — Arrived ; March * 15— fitmr , San
Gabriel,. from;llmpqua river,- via San Pedro. • -•;
;\u25a0' Sailed March 15— Stmr* Bee, for ; San Fran
<• SAN PEDRO— Arrived j March * 15— Stmr. Van
guard, > from - c Eureka; !. Br> Btmr \u25a0: Mancnnla,' from
South r' America ; \u25a0 stmr • Helen '/ P. r Drew, ; from
Greenwood."; r-i' j \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0' \u25a0;'\u25a0 '";\u25a0-'--.« >%•;'.-•\u25a0. ; V,.'.>. , \u25a0\u0084.;/:. =-..> .;.
'- Sailed .-. March ; 15— Stmr i Capistrano. for *; San
Francisco; stmr -; Pasadena,''' for stmrs
Fair Oaks end Roanoke," for San Francisco. -
\u25a0 CRESCENT. ClTY— Sailed March 14-^-Stmr Del
Korte; -for fan ' Francisco. ~ :^:* : ' r ' ~ »\u25a0 \u0084-
- - GREEV^OOD— \u25a0 Arrlted ./h Marcn . .15 — fitmr,
Whitesboro, hence March' l4. r
\u25a0-< SEATTLJi — Arrived March , 14— Stmr Governor,
hence March 12; U S atmr : Burnside, from
Alaska. \u25a0 "-. \u25a0 • - -\u25a0;, '• \ : - './.-'' "\u25a0-' .-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '.£\u25a0 \u25a0 ' '
\u25a0-'. SSailerd r March ' 14— Ger - stmr j Itauri, . for ; San
Francisco, via _.Tacoma ; stmr ; - Nwrthland, for
Alaska; stmr Mexican, for Honolulu. March 15—
Stmr A. G. Lindsay, for Valde*; Jap stmr Inaba
Maru, • for Yokohama, etc. ; 'Fr bark :\u25a0 Due : - d'Au
male,-for Tacoma. / c
CORDOVA— Arrived March 14— Stmr Victoria,
from Seattle. -'..'"
Sailed March 15— Stmr .Victoria, for Seattle.
REDONPO BEACH— Arrived MarCh 15— S<mr
J. B. Stetson, hence March 13. / #
Arrived March \u25a0 15— Stmr Pasadena, from San
Pedro, arfd sailed for Ban Francisco.
WESTPORT (Wash.)— Arrived March 15— Stmr
Claremont, ' hence March 12. i \u25a0.
COOS BAY— Arrived March : 15— Stmr M. F.
Plant, hence March 13. . ;
/ Sailed March 15— Stmr Alliance, for Astoria
and Portland.* -..'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 - :
FORT BRAGG— -Arrived March 15— Stmrs Na
tional and James 8. Higgins, hence
March'l4." ---\u25a0 : • '\u25a0\u25a0 '--.*\u25a0 -\u25a0- '-.- -\u25a0 • • -\u25a0.\u25a0 .i
- TOWNSBND — Arrived March 15— Schr Melrose,
from Salina Crus. -
Sailed March 15 — Schr Lucy, for Umpqua. :
ISLAND POUTS
HONOLULU— BaIIed March 15— Stmr Lurllne,
for San Francisco; U 8 stmr Logan, for Manila.
FOREIGN PORTS v :
VICTORIA, B. 0. — Sailed March 15— Jap stmr
Inaha Maru. for Hongkong and way ports.,
-- Arrived March 15 — Br stmr Roman, from Llt
erpool, via Hull and St. Vincent, B. C.
RIVER PLATTE — Arrived prior March 15— Br
stmr H. C. Henry, from Mlddlebro, for Seattle.
PORT SAIE> — Arrived March 15— Br stmr Afri
can Prince, from New York, for Manila. '\u25a0> \u25a0' 1
LONDON— Arrived March 15— Br stmr Belle
rophon, from Tacoma.
HoN6KoNG— Arrived March 15— Jap stmr
Ohiyo Maru. hence Feb 15. - :
VANCOUVER, B. C— Arrived March 14 — Nor
stmr Elsa, from • Victoria. , March 15 — Br stmr
Monteagle, from Victoria. B.* 1 C.
. ANTWERP — Arrived March 12 — Fr bark Gen
eral Faidherbe, from Oregon, via Falmouth.
IQUIQUE — Arrived Feb 24 — Br ship Bay of
Biscay, from Port Talbot.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived March - 15 — Br stmr
Asia, hence Feb 23, via Honolulu.
AOAPULCO — Sailed March 13 — Stmr San Juan,'
for San Francisco; 6tmr Peru, for Ancon.
OCEAN STEAMEHS
NEW YORK— Arrived March 15 — Stmr Kron
Prlnzessin Cecllle, from Bremen; Btmr La Gas
cogue. from Havre. . r v >•
LIVERPOOL — Arrived March 15 — Btmr Lusl
tania, from New York.
ST. JOHN, N. B. — Sailed March 15 — Stmr
Monmouth, for BrlstoL -\u25a0
HALIFAIX— Arrived March 15— Stmr No
midlan, from Glasgow. \u25a0
BOSTON— Sailed March 15— Stmr Ivernla, for
Liverpool. \u25a0 . . •
LONDON — Arrived March 15 — Stmr Bellero
phon. from Tacoma, via Yokohama, etc
GIBRALTAR— Arrived March 15 — Stmr Car
mania, from New York.
MARSEILLES— SaiIed March IS— Stmr Ger
mania. "for New York.
RIVER PLATTE — Arrived previous to March
16 — Stmr H. C. Henry, from Mlddlesboro, for
Seattle,
COPENHAGEN— Arrived March 15 — Stmr Hel
llg Olav, from New York.
GENOA — Sailed March 11 — Stmr Blcilla, for
New York. - — .
Memoranda
- Per stmr Fulton, from San Pedro, with schr
Allen A. in tow— March 14. 10 p. m.; while
crossing bar, the hawser parted, and in picking
up schooner again its Jlbboom got caught In the
steamer's main boom; the end of the steamers
main boom was broken off. There was a heavy
ground swell aad thick fog outside.
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
Two Lumber Fixtures
The barkentlne Gleaner Is under charter for
lumber from Eureka to Sydney and Newcastle,
Australia, at 80s, and the German ship Elisa,
on Puget sound, is engaged for the same business
thence to Antofagasta, owner's account. Both
were chartered prior to arrival.
Shipments of OH
The British tank steamer Oberon 1 sailed for
Ancon via Port Harford yesterday with 18,000
lbs chain, 1 anchor. 1 buoy and 10 cs kerosene,
valued at $1,584, as cargo from this port. At
Port Harford the steamer will load 45,000 barrels
crude oil, valued at $27,000.
The British tank steamer Trinculo was cleared
for TocopliU and Taltal. Chile, .via Port Harford
yesterday. The steamer goes to the southern
California port to load 42,000 barrels of crude
oil. valued at $25,200. . : , :
The British bark Calcutta sailed for Yokohama
yesterday with 857,154 gallons of refined petro
leum, valued at 533.429. -..•-\u25a0\u25a0-..-•, - .'-:";\u25a0
' Exports by Ancoa Liner ,
The fteamer Ban Jose sailed for Ancon and
way ports on Saturday with cargo valued at
$77,115, to be distributed as follows: For Mex
ico, $4,697; Central America. $14,204; Panama,
$4.955; New York. $31,850; Colombia, $661;
Ecuador, $352; Peru. $266. The principal ship
ments and their destinations were as follows:
To Mexico — 225 pkgs fresh fruits, 1,725 lbs
malt, 1,881 lbs raisins, 1.828 lbs dried fruit. 11l
lbs tea. 29 cs canned goods, 7,859 lbs. hams, 238
lbs and 15 cs meals, SBO gals wine. 10 pkgs
tank material. 850 bdls snooks. 11 cs oils, 12
pkgs machinery, 61 cs candles, 16 pkgs acid.'
To Central America— 767 bbls flour. 7,286 lbs
malt, . 26 cs canned goods, 423 lbs bops, 000 lbs
spices. 720 lbs tea. 30 pkgs potatoes. 1,050 -lbs
and 15 bxs dried fruit, 343 gals and 10 es wine,
70 cs and 1 bbl whisky, 47,650 lbs fertilizer, 20
cs and 4 bbls oils, 87 pkgs paints, 149 kegs and
7 cs red and white lead, 540 cs kerosene, 14.100
lbs tallow, 8,000 sks cement, 80 cs fuse, 447 lbs
tobacco. 3 rolls leathery 87 coils rope.
To Panama — 145 bbls Dour, 4,040 lbs beans, 19
cs canned fruit, 50 pkgs potatoes, 481 cs salmon,
8,030 gals wine, 15 pkgs machinery.
To New York — 33,429 gals wine, 193,555 lbs
dried fruit, 125,826 lbs raisins, 631,930 lbs beans,
50,000 lbs pearl barley, 675 cs salmon, 11 cs
canned goods, 9 pkgs machinery.
To Colombia— ll2 bbls flour.
'\u25a0 To Ecuador— so cs salmon.
} v.- :->? Notice to Mariners
Information has been received from the branch
hydrograpnlc office at Port Townsend that \u25a0 the
department of marine and fisheries, Victoria, B.
C. gives notice that a combined gas and bell
buoy has been - established off Oyster bay, with
Cape Mudge lighthouse bearing N. 48 degrees
W., - distance '<\u25a0 4.8 miles. -\u25a0[ The - buoy is . painted
black and white in vertical , stripes and ; la
moored in 14 fathom* of • water. The light Is
white, automatically occulted at short intervals.
Latitude, -49 degrees -55 minutes 30 seconds
north; longitude, 125 degrees 10 minutes 48 sec
onds west. ' J. O. BURNETT,!
Lieutenant,. TJ. S. N., In charge.
JAPANESE BIRD SLAYERS
GIVEN 24 HOUR TERMS
"Higher Ups" Who Profit by
Slaughter to Be Prosecuted
HONOX.UL.U, March 15.— Judge Rob
ertfion sof th« ; circuit court today : sen
tenced 23 Japanese captured by- the
United States revenue cutter Thetis In
the act of killing* birds on the islands
within ; the , birfl reserve, [. to 24 hours'
Imprisonment each.'-i — :- \u25a0- '\u0084-.. ,;
Judge -Robertson' stated that he -\u25a0 im
posed?: only the minimum penalty - be T
cause he was satisfied that the Japanese
were: but ignorant: tools of the others
who had engaged them.- ; ; ;
United States Attorney Robert W.
Brockons stated that he would endeavor
to ; prosecute- those "higher up"- who
profited by the \u25a0 operations of : the Japa
nese coolies; in -killing off the birds for
commercial purposes. ; ... ".\
TOWN BUILDS HOUSE
FOR A r WOMAN LEPER
Missionary Victim^of the Dread
Malady Is Municipal Charge
AIKEN, \ S. C, , March 15.— Miss , Mary,
V. Kirk, who ' has been : quarantined \at
her residence In 1 this city fo^ 16 months,'
alleged; to"; be^sufferingr- from 3 leprosy,
'contracted', while | ai mleslonary j in | Bra
zil ; three* years 'ago,' will "*e j removed ; to'
a -cottage i to ' be ; erected ; f or ; her .; by ; - the
city ! of f Alkeh: in I a secluded . locality.'^ j
; The city i council; has "decided Uo^ pay
Miss ? Kirk; for a her i city,: property^ bull J
her" the -new home and allow her' a
specified ; sum v~ - %
f Mies J Kirk^ has ;been treated -by many
noted > specialists \u25a0 and' it \u25a0 is ; declared 'by!
some :]; that r, she f has 'A been
entirely : cured! of thediseaee. / '\u25a0'\u25a0;
Compagaie ' Generale Traosatlantiqe
' ,^: DIRECT' LINE jTO HAVRE-PARIS: V ;
' Sailings -every : Thursday." instead * of \ Satur-
day, ;at - 10 1 a. ;? m.;< from pier 42. ;, North , river,
foot 'of ' Morton^ street, r"",^."'-^ \u25a0'•/-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0',\u25a0; - : i,»--
j ; First class to; Havre." s«<-50 and upward; sec-
I ond I clh«s to Havre.' $50 and upward. < GENERAL
j AGENCY ; for iUN ITED . STATES^ and CANADA;
1 19 State street. ' New York. c .- 3:' R ? FUOAZI,
I Manager i Pacific - Coast, -, 680 Montgomery ; street,
I San ; Francisco. Ticket* «oW by ; all railroad tick- ,
let agents. « . - \: |
Weather Report
United ; States ' Department of Agriculture—
' Weather Bureau. San Francisco, March 15. 1810.
BAINTALL DATA' J J
' " "\u25a0' Last Seasonal Normal
Stations — x 24 hours. : . to date. ; to date.
Eureka ....... . ..... . 0.00 -•' 36.43 ", ; 85.13
Red Bluff ;....;.;.. T. 13.27 : 19.53
Sacramento ...;...... 0.00 i . . 8.99 , 15.49
Mt. Tamalpais.. ....... T. . < 22.23' 18.36
SanJ Franci5c0.'... ....,^0.01 ,18.00 18.19
5an,J05«............r. 0.01 \u25a0'. 11.72 10.63
Fresno ..... : . t . . : ; . ;. T. ; 9.65 7.85
Independence ......... 0.00 4.75" > 7.17
; San Luis Obtspo; ;. T. 17.78 ' 15.96
Los'Angrtes.. .".'.:.....; 0.02 10.71 12.60
San Dieg0.......;:.... 0.00 " 8.36 . 8.07
Coast record for 13 hoars,' eadlns; 5 p. m.
_____ _
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 1 .". --P p r i' §l
; \u25a0 STATIONS I:. \u25a0' g " "' 3 \u25a0 . ' : - f .gf
Boise \u25a0\u25a0• :..... -.30. 06 TO 42 8 Clear .00
Enreka -".... .. .29.96 64 -46 N Cloudy .00
Flagstaff .;... 29. 94 58 32 W' CTear T.
Fresno .......30.02 TO 48 8 - Clear T.
Helena .V.....80.12 60 38 NW- Clear .00
Independence ' ..30.02 62 84 SB Cloudy .00
Kallspell . . .....30.10 64 32 -W- Clear .00
Los Angeles... Bo.oß TO 64 8W Pt.Cldy .00
Ms/lena .......30.00 60 32 W Pt.CTdy .00
Mt. : TamalpaU.Bo.o2 M , 44 8E Oear .00
North Head. . . .30.04 54 44 N ; Cloudy ; .00
Phoenix \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. . . . . .29.00 78 £ 52 W Clear .00
Pocatello... ;..30.06 64 80 N"W Hear .00
Pt. Reyes Lt, .29.97 60 46 S Cloudy .00
Portland ......20.98 .70 52 SW Pt-Cldy T.
Red 81uff..... 30. 06 - 64,48 S Clear .00
Reno ..........30.00 62 38 :\u25a0 W Cloudy - .00
Roseburg .....29.04 6S . 62, NW \ Pt.Cldy .00
Sacramento ...30.02 64 4$ S Clear .00
Salt Lake.. >. 80.02 60 44 NW Clear ,00
San : Diego. . .'. .30.08 64 <56: NW Clear .00
9an Francisco.. 3o.oo 66 60 8 Clear .01
San J0ee...... 29. 98 70 44 SB Oear :01
8. Luis 0b15p0.30.08 70 ; 48 SE Pt.Cldy T.
S. E. Farallon.3o.oo 58 48 8 \u25a0:\u25a0_. Cloudy, .00
Spokane ..... .30.06 TO 88 B' Clear . .00
•Summit ..... BO: SO 8 Clear —
Tac0ma..... ..30. 03 62 42 N Clear .00
Tatoosh .......30.04 46 44 NH PtCMy .00
Tonopah ......29.98 66 34 SH Pt.Cldy .00
Walla Wa11a.. :80. 04 63 46 8E ;, Cl«ar .00
Winnemucca . .30.08 64 86 NH . Rals .01
Yuma ........29.94/84 54 SW gear .00
*Snow oa ground, 38 inches."
/SYNOPSIS
The following maximum and minimum temper
atures are reported from eastern stations for the
previous day: Chicago, 80-26; New York, 86-24;
Omaha. 46-32. -V.y.v •-\u25a0"«»
'There has been a gradual fall in pressure over
the I central and northern portions of California.
Elsewhere there has been but little change. Con
ditions are such that a disturbance may appear
on the coast '-• of California south of San Fran
cisco. The weather continues warm .throughout
California, and it is unusually warm in Oregon,
Washington and 'ldaho, tight rains are. reported
in the San Joaquin valley and at Los Angeles.
The relative humidity at Red Bluff was 73 per
cent and at Fresno 68 per cent. ;\u25a0 * . -^ •~ \u25a0 . .
Forecast made at San Francisco for the 80
hours ending at midnight March 16. 1910:
S San Francisco and vicinity — Unsettled weather
Wednesday, with occasional showers; brisk south
wind. \ ... : :-.-.V •\u25a0 ". -.\u25a0 - •:•:-\u25a0' •'\u25a0 .\u25a0,.%-'--\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0•\u25a0•
Northern California— Clondy Wednesday, with
showers, not so warm In the great valley; mod
erate south wfnd. " i -: . '
Southern California — Showery weather: mod
erate south wind. A. G. McADIE,
District Forecaster.
Army Transport* ,• 'iSt-T-k
The Crook failed February 19 for Manila.
The Werren is at Manila. \u25a0
The Logan sailed March 7 for Manila.
The Buford Is In port.
The Sheridan- sailed February 14 from Hono
lulu for Manila.'- \u25a0 . -;\. -
The Sherman is in port.'
The Thomas sailed March 8 from Honolulu for
this port., c : \u25a0:.
PACIFIC :OCEAF/ TRAVEL
_^t j \u25a0-. Steamers leave from Broad*
yf^JXJHfcy war Wharves (Plen 9
MMIhUk Low rates. Including berth
I 1 VpSSAi^i Special Hound Trip Rates.
\5L\ JBr liOS' ANGELES
\fi%Mf{fß/. SAX DIEGO
SANTA BARBARA
President....... /....Alternate Mondays, 4 p. m.
Governor. .. '. . ..... .. Alternate Mondays, 4 p. in.
•Santa Rosa, March 18; every Tnurstlay thert-
r after, 11 a.m, ."'--'' 'I
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
SEATTLE (DIRECT), TOWNSEND
TACOMA, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER
Connecting at Seattle for Southeastern \u25a0' Alaska,
Skagway, Dawson, j Fairbanks.
President........ ..Alternate Saturdays, 2 p. m.
Governor........... Alternate Satordaya. 2 p. m.
City ~ of ' Puebln, UmatiUa or Queen, Alternate
Tuesdays, 2 p.m.
EUREKA (HUMBOLDT BAY)
Topeka— Mar. 18, 23, 28; April 2, 7, 12. 17, 22,
27, 10 a. m. Every Flfta Day Thereafter. :
GUAYMAS, MAZ ATLAN, LA PAZ
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO, etc.
ALASKA CRUISES, 1910 — Leave Seattle
Spokane. .Jane 14, 28; July 12, 26; Aug. 9, 10 pm.
Queen. ... . . . ... . . . .. ........ .Ju1y 12. 29/ 8 pm.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET •OFFICES— (Palace Hotel) 653 Market
«t.; 3 Market st. and Broadway \u25a0 Wharf. V;--
. . V\ - Telepnone Kearny 492.
OAKLAND— II2O groadway. Tel. Oakland 56Sa
C. D. DUKAyN, General Passenger Agent.
jp*. AMERICAN -HAWAIIAN
fgj STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehauntepec - Route
NEW YORK TO ? PACIFIC COAST PORTS
AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,- sailing from New-
York every six days, making direct connection
with Pacific i steamers \u25a0ailing from Salina Cruz,
Mexico, every six dari for San Francisco.
- PACIFIC : COASTTpORTS TO NEW YORK.
Also to Mexican and all principal European ports
under . through 1 rate and through bills of lading.
Sailings from San Frandsco every 12 days.'
LOCAL SERVICE FROM SAN. FRANCISCO
TO HAWAIIAN -ISLAND PORTS, direct every
, 2S days, and via Paget sonnd every 12 days. ...
. - For ' ratea ' and •-. farther \u25a0 particulars ' apply 8 to
DEARBORN ' Jfc I/APHAM. General Agents. S
Bridge et. New York; WILLIAMS. DIMOJJD A
CO., General Agents, Pacific Coast. : \u25a0:' .
1 ' 310 Sansome Rt.. San Francisco. .<
i . ' ',: — '....' — .
I SEATTLE- TACOMA I
Bellingham, Anaeortes, Everett, Port Town^
send. Victoria, Vancouver : and . all ; Alaska
Port*. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0!\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0'- -\u25a0:. \u25a0- £•-;; '•; •\u25a0- <\u25a0 .: ;--.^ : :
B. •8. WAT50N . . . .............. . . •. March 15
S. : 8. BUCK MAN '. March 20
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON. . . y.r. : .Marcn 23
LOS. . ANGELES DIRECT
':- \u25a0 ;..-': --'h/ \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0: "VTWII* BCBBW >-.v- V; :."" ,: : r--
S. S. ADMIRAL SAMPSON ; . . . . . . '. Marcb 21
Sailings ; from Howard \u25a0, Street .Wharf No. 3. '
Alaska Pacific Steamship Col
\u25a0•;-.\u25a0 ;.; /• •;-.;\u25a0_. ----TICKET. OFFICES—— \u25a0,V , ; . : ; ,
I -54 Market atrwt.; t ;648; 648 Market Street -
! Sailings : from • Howard ' Street Wharf \u25a0 No. \u25a0jj
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. 8. Tenyo" Maru. . V . . . Tuesday, March i 15,1 1910
8. 8. Nippon Maru........ Tuesday, April 6,' 1910
8. 8. Chlyo Marß:;.Vi.v:T. Tuesday, Hay 5, 1910
v steamers > sail from company's . piers, - Noi. ; 42.
44, "•( near foot « of • Second :. St.,- at \u25a01 •\u25a0 p.\ m.v- for
Yokohama | and | Hongkong,? calling lat Honolulu.
Kobe I < Hiogo),* and I Nagasaki and Shanghai, j and
conneetinir . at > Hongkong • with \u25a0 steamers for \u25a0 Ma-
nila," -India, etc.? No cargo rec*iv«d on board on
day of , sailing. -Round trip tickets .at reduced
\u25a0 For ; freight and - passage \ apply at office, \ 240
James Flood building.; . .; W. H.>AVERX.'?i
;, ; ;.: 3 \u25a0- :\u25a0 x:--- \ :>\u25a0'\u25a0'"\u25a0:' Assistant CKnOTal Manager. \u25a0
UAVAI 111 II S. S. Sierra sails at 11 a. m.
ill I Mil 111 |] M*rchV 2G.>7 1910. i£S Special
"" '.l. l VT. "\u25a0*.". round | trip, s $110 ; first ) class. :
' : TAHITI /AND' NBWi ZBAI < "Al»fl>^-S.a 4
* Maripos* • sails . 11? «.\u25a0" m.^S'Apr. c 15. » Special :
round trip. Tahiti, $135 first class.
i OCE ASIC B. H - 8; CO. t CT3 Mkt. { T. Kray 1231 '
NAVY GIVES UP TUG
NINA? AS PREY OF DEER!
I H Starred 'Vessejl's Name Is
Stricken Off Lists:
WASHINGTON,; March 15.— The 111
starred -naval tug Nina, which sailed
away fronv Norfolk/February 6 for
Boston, was stricken from the naval
list by an official act . today.
This constitutes -"an official declara
tion by ,the navy department that the
little vessel was lost with all on board.
:-. In "accordance with law, .the gov
ernment" will -pay the next .of kin of
officers . and crew the men's full wages
for. six months^ from this date. After
that, -under the terms :of the general
pension \ law, the dependent . relatives
will ; receive ; the usual pension.
Panama Marines to Embark
" The navy;, department has . received
orders for "the embarkation on the
Prairie of < 350 -marines who have been
stationed *on the' Isthmus of Panama
•lnce June, 1908. Thelr\places will be
taken .by the marines who have been
aboard Buffalo on the west coast
of ; Nicaragua, so j there will still be a
force of about 1,400 marines to guard
the canal zone. *
RAILWA V TRA VEL
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE FROM MARCH I. 1913
VIA OAKIiAND PIER
Leave (Foot of Market Street) Arrive
2,15 a Nile*. Livennore, Tracy. Lathrop,
Btockton, Lodi. Sacramento... lO3Bp
6.40 a Havwwd. Nilef, San Jose.. 7.08 a
7XOa Richmond. Port Costa, Benieia, Saisun,
Dixon, Sacramento, Ro»eviUe, JUryt-
villa, Redding. Dunfinuir 7^Bp
7XW» Eknirs. VaeaviUe, Rtnn5ey.. ......... 7JM?
7.00 a Davis, Woodland (Marysville. Oro- '
vflle), Williams. Maxwell. WJloirs.
Ham3ton. Corninc, Red Bluff 7.28p
*i»a Newark. San Jose. Los Gates, Wright. o.48?
7.00 a Felton (Boulder Creek). Santa Crus. . . 9.58p
7AO». VaUejo. Naoa, Calistoga, Santa Rosa,
Mirtines. San Ram0n........ .. 6.08p
7.40 a Kiles, Fleasonton, \u25a0 Livennors, Alta-
mont, Lathrop, Stockton . . . .- - 7-tSp
740 a Tracy, Los Banos. Kennan, Fresno,
' - Hanford, Vi551i*..,......... *-28p
&20t Port Coata, Martinez. Byron, Tmry,
Stockton, Merced. Fretno, Gpshea
Junction (Hanford. Armons), ViMlii,
Portenille.Bakertfidd.... 4.48b
850 a Yosemite Valley via Merced..... 7.48?
B.ooa Niles. Ltvermore. Stockton ('Milton),
Valley Spring, lose. Sacramento..... 4.23?
* 9.00 a Sonora, Tualumne ar.d Anpls .... 4.28?
S.OOl Atlantio Expreso— Sacramento, Truo-
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake Gty. Denver,
Kansas Gty, Omaha. Chicago ... 8.28p
9.40 a Richmond. Fort Costa, Martbei.
Bay P0int. ;..... r 8-48p
10.20 a Vallejo Mars Hind. N5p...... 11.25*
l0J!0a Los Angeles Passenger— Port Costa,
Martfaei, Byron, Tracy. Stockton.
• Merced. Fresno. Eanford, Visalia, .
BakersfieM, Los Angeles. "MBp
10.40 a Ban 'Fraaciseo Overland Limited —
Denver, Kansas Gty, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicag0......... 7.28p
I ISO* Shasta limited— Portland. Tacoma,
. \u25a0'. • SeatUe.... 9.18?
IZOOn Goldfidd Pis.— Port Costa, Benieia,
Sacramento, Truckee, Haien, Miss,
\u25a0 Toßopah, Goldfield. Laws, Keeler.... 7.48 a
' 12.001) Maryrrille, Chico, Red 81uff. . ....... 4.28p
1. 20s Niles, Irviagton, Ban Jote.... 2.43 c
1.40s San Leandro, Niles, Centerville,/ 9.CBa
Newark, San Jo«e. ....\ 7^Bp
1.40 a Newark, San Jose, Los- Gatos, Wright.
Fdton (Boulder Creek). Santa Crus. . 9.58p
Z4of San Leandro. Niles, San Jose. 9.23 i
ZMp Benlda, Winters, Sacramento— Wood-
land, • Marysville, Oroville— Yolo,
• Arbuekle, waiiams, "Willows 10.48 a
\u25a0 B.oos \T» Sausalito, West Naps, Si Helena,
Ca1i5t0ca... :...... .-...:.. 1037*
3-M» Port Costa (Stockton). Martines. I l^o2p
Byron, Modesto, Merced, Fresno.. \ 10.38p
4.00p VaUejo, Napa. Colistoga, Santa Rosa.
Martinet, Ssn Ramon, Dougherty.
Livermore 928 a
4.00s Niles (Centerville), Tracy, Stockton f 10.28*
L0d1......... I l«~38p
440p Ssn Leandro. Eaywsrd, Niles. Pleav
anton, Livemore, Tracy, Newman,
Kennan, Fresno. 02S*.
B4X)s Richmond. .Piaolf. Vallrjo, Port
Costa, Benieia, Sui-m, Sacrameato
' — Rosev2le, Marysvflle. Ororaie :' II.2&I
6.00s Russell, San Jose, Los Gates 928 a
b\2op San Leandro, Niles, Ban Jose. 7-48 a
6.00p Owl Limited— Los Angeles. B.oBa
8.40p Eastern Eipreas Ogden. Pueblo, Den-
, . ver, Kansas Gty, St Louis, Chicago. .
Port Costa, Benieia, Sacramento,
R«no. Sparks. 8.28p
• 640f Hayward, NSes and San Jose &48p
VMf Vallejo, Port Costa. Martines, Bay
Point and Way Stations... JII.ISp
7.40s Richmond, Port Costa, Byron. Tracy,
Lathrop, Stockton 12.48s
&20s Or* gon Express — D»vis. (Saeram«ato),
. Willows, Redding (KUmsth Falls), :
Ashland, Portland, Tsconw, Seattle,
. Spokane. ....'. 928 a
9.00s China and Japan Fast Ma3— Ojicn.
Cheyenne, " Denver, . Kansas . Gty,
Onuha. Chicago 2.43?
9.00 a Port Costa. Benieia, Sacramento, Col*
fax, Truckee, Reoo, Sparks. 10.08 a
• 11.00* N3e«, Pleasanton. Livennore. Lathrop, \u25a0 .
Modesto. Merced, Fresno 1 0 .38 i
\u25a0 1 1. 00s Fresno. Setma. Goshen June., Eanfcrd,
Armona, Lemoore, C0a1inga .......... 8.28 a
I 1 <40p Portland Express— Sacramento, Mi ry s-
.. ville. Red Bluff, Weed. AsUand, Rose-
v ;; ; ' - :.' burg. Portland, Tacotna. Seattle. IZZBt
»lETHERLAIID*S ROUTE-TFrem HeHle Strstt Wharf.
CoUintvilla, Emmaton, Rio Vista, lileton, Ryde, Wai-
ant Grove, Varden, Courtland, CUrksburg, Sacramento.
Leave 8.00 a.m. Tee.. T-ars- Sat- Steaaer Navajo;
arrive | 5.00 p. m.
. Lesve LOO p.m. Dally, ezeept Sunday, Steamer Modoe
or Apache; arrive 11.30 p.m.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY— From San Frandteo.
Market Street Wharf— Week Days— Hourly from &00
a.m. to 9.00 p.m. Sundays— 6.45. 8.15, 9.45, 11.15
ajn_ 12.45, 2.15, t.45, 5.15. 6.45, 8.15 and 0.45 pjn.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS^-Vta AlaraeA Pier.
ro Oakland and Alameda— fB. lo. t6.45 ajn., and then
10 and 45 minutes past the hour until 7.45 p.m.; then
8.30. 9.15, 10.00. 10.45, 11.10 pjn. and 12.15 b.w.
Ts Alunsda and Frultvtle via Hsruthes urns it asovs.
s for Morning, p for Afternoon, f Sunday erceptod
t Sunday only. §Amre Mon_ Wed, Fri.
Union Trantfar Co. authorized to check Baggage
. direct from residence. -
/TB^ A. T. & S. F. Ry.
/\u25a0jpLgl Trains Leave
KBUSuB San Francisco
IH f"\u25a0 \u25a0 Market ' Street
. Ferry Depot
lieavA For-— IA-M.I I'M.
Bakcrsfield ...... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Chicago ......... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Fresno :...;.^... 7:15 4:00-8:00-10:00
Grand Canyon:.. 7:15 8:10-10:00
Hanford ........ 7:15 ....-10:00
Kansas City:..... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Mercedi . .... ....". 7:15 4:00-8:00-10:00
\u2666Stockton i . . . . . . 7:15 4:00- B^o-10:00
Stockton, Oakdale
and Sierra Rail- ! 4 \
way points. .. . . 9:45 ... ... . . .. \u25a0\u25a0 - 1
Tolafe .:. . .*. . . . . 7:15 8:00-10:00
Visalia ...:...... 7:15 8:00-10:00
Yosemite ...:.. .'. 7:15f . . \u25a0;.- ... :':.'
\u2666Stockton I^octtl leave* 1:2& p. n>. - - -. ~.\
California Limited tnronyh to Chicago leaves
at 10:00 p. ra. Offices — 673 Market street and
Market street Ferry Depot. Saa rraoclaco; 1112
Broadway, Oakland. ',-\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0' \u25a0; - : .: ''•:\u25a0' 'V, -•. ....-
OCEAN: iSHORERiULWAY
P." S." Stratton,* Receiver.
! Lt. S. \u25a0F> daily— 9:ooa. '; ••»:Sop. Ar. S. F.
f dailr— t3:lsp. .•S:25a. ' .
! , •Arleta. * tTunita* [ Glen ; »taze * for • San • Gre-
Korlo and vPescadero. "':.:•'-\u25a0 I --\u25a0 . ;.".
BAT AND INTBRVBBAX BODTB9 ';.:,
Vallcio, 1 Napa, iSLj Helena
ST; VAtLET; ROUTE
Montlcello ' S. ; S. ; Co. and Napa Valley Electric
R. B. Co. :u Close connections, s "-• ;., ', .-
6^—ROTJNDiTRIPS DAILY--*
' i ßoats- leave ; Ban" Franeisci»-,7:00,''*9:45*a. m..
12:80 noon,i 3:15," 6:00. *8:30 p. m. <
r- San ; Francisco • landing;, and office. Clay street
wharf, north end ferry boildinsr.;. Market street
ferry. .Meals a la carte. > Phones Kearny 406 or
c*rg*.^- •\u25a0:--\u25a0•- r'icv'.^T. v^.:.:.',. \u25a0.- •' ?,
...^Lands navy .yard; direct „
'CAlit 5 -' WAIfT /ADS" BRING RESULTS
AUGTiON^SALES
••• ~ • - *\u25a0' -'\u25a0•• \u25a0• • • -" — * --\u25a0\u25a0-—-•-_..---- \u0084
Jfe AUCTION^
WEDNESDAY, March 16.' at 11 a. m-. 1 wil}
sell 47 head of all purpose Horse* and Mares, U
Wagons, 17 sets.. of Harness. Also. wIU sell 3
complete Pony . Outfit; must be sold. Rain at
•hlce. S6S 4th st.. Oakland..- -
J. W..MEDEIROS. Anctloaeer.
ACCUSED DOCTOR AND
WIFE TO KEEP "MUM"
Refuse to Give Depositions in
S wope Mystery
KANSAS CITTi March 15.— That Dr»
B.- C. Hyde and his wife will not giv«
their versions of. the many angles of
the Swope mystery until Doctor Hyd*
Is tried on the charge of murdering
Colonel Thomas H. Swope, was mad«
evident today during a controversy
among the attorneys interested In tba
physician' g slander suit. Judge W. T.
Johnson, one of Doctor Hyde's at
torneys, said neither would appear at
any time or place to give their depo
sitions in the case.
VIA COAST LINE
Leave (Third and Towngead Streeta) Arrive
t5.25a Loop— 23d Street. Viatacion. 6out-
San Francisco, Valenm Street- |8-35*
tS35a Loop — Valencia Street, Oceaa View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street^ Srd and Townsend. t&43«
C.2C* South San Fnaciseo, Ean Joae, G3roy.
(Hollister), Sargent Pajaro, Wataon-
ville. SanuCraa... 7J>Cf
7.00 a South San Francisco, Falo Alto, San
Joee, Way Stations 7.33 a
7.00 a Mayfieid, Los Altoe. Los Gatoa t7.20y
B.OCa Shore lisa limited— Pam Roblfs
Hot Springs. Santa Barbara, -Los
Angeles -. 9.3Ct
8.05 a The Couter — San Joae. PaivQ (Wa>
scmville.' Santa Cna), Castwrille.
... (Del Monte. Monterey, Pacific Grove),
Ealinas. Soledad, Paso Robks Hot
Springs. San Lcis ' Obispo. Surf,
(Lompoc\ Santa Barbara, Ventura,
Oxnard, Los Angeles :.... H.*Sp
a2O» Mayfidd, Los Altos. Los Gates, Wright.
I Glenwooi(BotilderCre«k), Santa Crus.
Watsonville, Cartroville. Del Monte, •
Monterey. Paeifio Grove 9.CC)
9.00 a Son Jose. GQroy, Salinas, Paso. Rohles
Hot Springs, San Luis Obispo — Tres .
Pinos— Witsonvilk, Santa Crua. Del
Monte, Monttrer, Paeifio Grova • 4.00p
10.4Ca Sooth San Froacuco, Burling* aw, Ean
Mateo, Palo Alto, San Jose 6.3 C»
10.40 a Los Altos. Mont* Vista, Los G-toe.. { j j£
UJOa Taleneia Street. Oeran View, Cclxa,
Cemeteries. Baden. Saa 8rnn0...... 1-33?
1 1.40 a South San Francieco. San Joae tB-2C»
ZJOOp Del Monte Express— Son Jote. GUror.
Sargent OVstaonville. Santa. Croi),
Del Monte, Monterey, P»cifio GroTe,
(tSaliaas) IZ3C»
2.05? South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa
Joee B.4C*
fZCos Los Altos, Moata Vista, Los Gatos. .. |3.20 i
3.00? South San Fnncirso, Saa Uateo. Sw
Jos?. GUror, Tres Pinos, Salinas. ... 10. IC»
3.00s Watsonville. Santa Crus. Castrov3!.s,
Dei Monte. Monterev, Pacific Grove. lO.COa l
3.40? Sants Clara. Ean Jote. Los Gatos,
Wright (Boulder Creek), Santa Crus. IO.CCa
4.0C9 Sunset Express — Tucson, Deming,
D Pxso. Houston. New Oriran*.
Pam Robies Hot Springs, Saa Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles 11.40 a
4.C0? Kusas City. Si Louis, Chicago. ..... II .40a
4.20b South San Francisco, San Jose 19 .Ma
tS.CO? BurUnsame. San Mateo, Palo Alto,
San Jo«e and V>'»y Stations 9.40 a
t3.05a Loop— 23d Strert, Visitacten, South
San Francisco. Valencia Street t S. 1 5 »
t5-20p K«dwood. Palo ATtc, San Jose.. I. lo*
15.20 9 Los Altos, Monta Vista. Lot Gatos. . . 13.20 p
t5.25p Burliagame. San ..f ateo. San Jose. 13£0p
f5.30p Loop— Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries. South San Francisco,
23d Street. 8d aad Townsrad t«.4Cp
5.«0» San Bruno, San Jlatso. Redwood. Palo
Alto. SanU Clara, San Jose 7.40 a
/ 143? Los Alto*. Hanta Vista. Los Gate*. . . 29.40 a
, J. 00? MiUbrae. San M-t«o. Palo Alto, May-
field, Los Altos. Los Gitos t&COa
13.03? 23d Street, Visitacwn. South San
Francisco, Valencia Street t7. 1 5a
16.25? Loop— Valencia Street. Ocean 'View,
Cemeteries. South ban FrascMco,
23d Street. 3d and Townsend f7.40»
&30* South San Francisco, San Jose 5.40*
B.oo p LO9 Annies Pasaenget — GSroy, Salinas,
Paso Rabies Hot Springs. San Lnis
Obispo, Santa Eirbara and Lot Angeles 8.30 a
11.45p South San Francisco, Falo Alto./ 7.2Ca
BaaJoae.. ;...l 7^5»
: LOCAL FERRY TRAINS- Vl* Oakland Pier.
Te Oakland. Barkeity. Btrryman. Eut Oakland and
Fniltvale — Daily — From 6.00 ajn.. and every twenry
minutes until 7.00 p.m. inclusive: thea 7.40. 8.20.
9.00, 9.40, 10.20, II.CO, Ut4o pjD_ 12.20 and
1.20 s.m.
T» Sather and Malrese via Seventh St. — Daily— From
8.00 ajn_ and every tvraiy minates until 7.00 pjn.
inclusive, then 7.40, 5.20. 9.00. 9.40, 1020. ILCO
. and 11.40 pjn.
Te Stonehunt— Daily Except Smsday— 6.Co. 7.C0. 8.00,
9.00 »ja.. 120. 3.00. ICO. 3XO, L4O p.m. c%nda 7
©nly9.Co laOO.aja- LOO pj1. 2X0.100. 4X0, 3m
5.40 pjn.
To Oakland First St. Fruitvtle, Alxmada, via Herietha*
— Daay— Frora ' t6.00. 6.20 ajn. and every twenty
minutes until 8.20 a.m. inclusive; then 9.C0, 9.20.'
10.00. 10.20. 11.00. 11.20 ft.m.. 12 m., 12.20 .LOO, 1.20.
2.RX 2^o, 3.00, 3.20, Ji4o pjn. and every twenty
minutes until 7 pjn. inclusive; 7.40, 8.20, 9.00, 9.40.
10.2 a 11.00 and 11.40 p.m.. 12.20 aad 1.20 ilmj
Additional train to Oakland First St.. 2.15 a.a.
Ta Wttt Berktlsy— Daily Except Sunday— From 6.00
a.m. and every twenty minutes until S. 20 ft.:a. indu-
(rre: then 9.00 ajn. snd every hour ant- 4.00 pjn.
indusive: then 4.20 pjn. ar.d every twenty minutes
until 7.00 pjn. oicluave; thea 7.40 pjn_ 8.20. 9.00.
9.40, 10.20. ILOO. 11.40 pjn. and 12.20 ajn.
T» Wttt Btrktlty— Sundays only— From 8100 ajn_
thea 7.00, 8.00. 9.00 ajn. iaeluri ve; then 9.2) ajn. and
every twenty minutes until 3.40 pjn. indasrre; then
4.00 pjn. acid every twenty minutes until 7.00 p.m. ia-
cbsive; then 7.40>.m.. 8.20. 9JX). 9.40. 10.20, ll.Ca
. IL4O pjn. and 12J0 ajs.
T« Corbin— Daily Except SundiT— Frosj 6VOO a.a. and
every 20 minutes tmt3 8.20 a.ra., tiea 9.00, 1000
ajn.. 12.00 ra_ 1.00. 2.00.3.00,4.00. 120, 140, 5.00.
5.2 a 5.40 and BLOO pun. ~^,^*,
T» CarWn— Sundivs only— From 8.00 «,->,. then 7.< XX
8.00, 9.00 ajn. lnduaive; then 9.20 ajn. aad every
twenty minutes until 2.40 pjn. inclusive: then 4.C0
pjn. aad every treaty minutes until 100 pjn.
X^^k Schedule Effective
r^^ November 15, 1909
\SJ§ffy USIOX FERIIY DEPOT
.- S*a Francisco
Leava VIA. gArSALTTO * Trtr * l
7:40 a Petaluiaa. Santa - Boaa. Healds-
trarg-. Cloverdale. UkUh, WUUa,
' SSerwood. Sebastopol. •Gnerne-
Tille. «Mt. Rio. 'Dnncan Mills.. «:17»
8«) a «Pt. Beyes. "Me Bio. •Caaadero t«:s7p
8:20 a ••Sonoma. ••Glen Ellen ts:37j>
t9 :ooa Petalama. Santa Rosa. Clover dale, 17:37*
11:00 a Petalama, Santa Rosa 4:17?
3:COp Petalama. Santa Rosa, Healdsbnra;,
Clorerdale, Ukiaa, Guernevllle,
Mt. Bio, Duacaa Mills, Sebas-
topol .';..... 10_t7»
14:00p Pt- Reyes. Occidental
4 :40p Sonoma, Glen Ellen 9:17 a
6 :20p Petalama. Santa 80aa... 9:87 a
ELECTBIC SUBURB AH VIA 3AC3 AUTO <
„ Sansalito, Kill -Valley. San Rafael— Dally
every 40 minutes Xrotn 7:00 a. m. until. o:oO
a.m.: then hourly until 4:00 p. m.: then every 40
minntea until 6:40 p. m. ; taea 8:00 and 10:00
p. m. and 12:01 a. m. \u25a0 \u25a0
Fairfax— Leave San Francisco fZ:0O. T:4O. 8:20.
9:00, 10:00, 11:00 a. m., J12:00 noon, tl:00,
2:00. 4:00. 4:40, 6:20 and 6:00 p. m.
\u25a0 ' Ban Qnwtin via Baa RaSxtl — Leave 9:00 a. m.
and 2:00 p. m. - \u25a0 \u25a0
Tiouion an* Belvedere— i7:0O, |7:K>. 10:13
a. m. (112:00 noon, except Satnrday), f 12:30.
14:00, §3:20, 7:15 p. m. Sonda-^ 17:00. §7:40.
10:15 a, m-, 12^0, , §4:00. i 5:20, 7:15 p. m..
|12;01 a. m. - - .
•Sanday arrive .7:37 p. m. ••Sunday arriv-
6:57 " p. BJ- -. tExcept Sunday. JSuaday only.
j tSaturday»' only. : fVia Saosallto. -»\u25a0» \u25a0
>*-. Pacific Transfer Company's agents are mt-or.
tlzed to check baggage direct frotn reaideace.
\u2666 MUIR WOODS
MT, TAMALPAIS
VIA SAUSAUTO /CRRY
FOOT Of IUIMtT STRSXT ' , '
USAL HOUDAYt-SUHBAT TOW
'\u25a0 U.Sn rnattet U. Mail m* * l«- Tartirti '*
Wee Hay Swiy W«dala-[ 3— by Weefafay »»n-ay
: 10:00- 3:00 a t7:Jsai 12:03« 7^35*110H8«
L 2:00p 10:00 a 1:53 m 2:00p j:«» 1|:52«
•4:40" 11:00. 02:55? 3:03 • -Hlto U}U
...... 1:00? 4:30?| : 4:25» *9:15|» 2:52»
J:OOP ...... 5:10? ...... *|§J
...... 3:oo>h..v^< \u25a0:--.-::;-. .:.-.- 8:39»
i *SaC only. tMon. only. ©Twnalpafc onhr. JIM* «*»
~- Ticket Offices— Sauadito Ferry and 874 Market
. — " General Office-Mill Valley, dliferni- > It. .
-TAVEfIH OF TAMALPAIS" wd " HUia Ml"
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