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Ijv- more; half bbls, 25c more; boxes. 50c more &\u25a0 aU grades. Bar in 35 and 40 lb tine, $1.70 r- \u25a0•:\u25a0'\u25a0; in 10 lb tics, ?£.SS more. Minimum order, carload wcistt. . Xew York Produce — Y>iW YORK. April 11.— Hops— Dull. iH.d«-s— Firm. leather — Firm. Petroleum — Quiet. Wo^l steady Sugar— Raw.* quiet; Mus-ovado. S9 test. 3.86 c; ctutnfugsl, 96 test. 4.3 Cc: molasses sugar. 89 test, ."i.eic; refined, quiet; cut loaf. 5.95 c; craned, ."..85c; mold A, 5.50 c; cubes, 5.40 c; XXXX powdered. BJ3Be; powdered. 5.25 c; granu lated, 5.15 c; diamond A, .*i.lsc: confectionere' A. 4.95 c; No. 1. 4.00e; No. 2. 4.b5e: No. 3, 4.SOr; No. 4, 4.75 c; No. 5, 4.70 c: No. 6. 4.65 c; No. *. 4.COc: No. S. 4..%5c; No. 9. 4.50 c; No. 10. 4.40<;; No. 11, 4.40 c; No. 12, 4.35 c; No. 13, 4.30 c; No. 14. 4.?.0c. Coffee — Futures closed strady at a net decline of .ValO points. Kales. 12,:«K) bags. Closing Pins: April and May. 6.55 c; June. 6.65 c: July. 6.70 c; August. September. October and Novem ber, 6.75 c: December, ti.Htc; January. 6.62 c: Feb ruary. 6.83 c: March. 6.&>c. Spot quiet; Rio. No. «. b\ic: Sanio« No. 4, y>ic; mild, quiet; Cor dova. &Vs<&l2^c. Cutter — Strong. Creamery specials, 33c; ex tras. 02c; third to firsts. 2T.«ij3lc: held common to specials. 24<&31c: western factory, 22(g.23c; west ern imitation creamery. :Ts'*<g2sc. Cheese — Irregular. ~ i:?gs — Easier. Western storape selections. 23 Q23j£e; do regular packed extra firsts. 23c; do trsts, 221,5 @22*ic; southern regular packed firsts. 4 c. DRIED FRUITS Evaporated Apples— steair. Spot fancy, 10c; choice, fcfisiic; prime, C»4<37>se; common to fz'.r, C(g,6^c. Prunes— Steady. California en to 30-408. 2\k& 9'^c: Orejrons. BQSe. Apricots— Sfuwly. Choice, 10V4«Jlle; extra choice. IK'Jll^c; fancy, I2<ai2»ic. Prafhes— l>u!!. Choice. eHQMfcc; extra choice. »%f&»*Ae; fancy, 7Vife<»;<\ Raisins— Dull, unsettled. Loose muscatel*. 35i $"*\u25a0** I choice to fancy Keetfed. BQCtCe; seedless i.'-:te4*ic; !x»ndon layers, 51.15^1.20. Cbfcujcn Dairr I'nidupr Market j CHICAGO, April 11.— Rutter steady; creamer ies. 2C(g.Slc: dairies, 22ft? 2Sc. Eggs steady; re ctipts. 3H.OSS ca&es; at m*rk. cases Included. IS »€2oc; firsts. 20c; prime firsts. 21c. Cheese daisies. 14&14>ic; twins. 13@!3V,c; Ytrjng Americas, 14<al4i»c; longborns. 13Vi'4£ Eastern Uvmtodi -•.urkrt CHICAGO p^ \u25a0 HICAGO. April 11.— Cattle— Receipts. e*ti ciited at 27.000 head: market steady and 10c lower. Beeve*. $5.55«i*.55: Texas steer?. *4.90@ tf.35; western steers, $T.&6.ST>; stockers and feed ers. $3.55<-<r«.4. r .; cows and heifers, $2.75(27.10: calves. $7<<xS.r,o. j Hogs— Receipts, estimated at 25.000 head; 1 nierket mostly 10c lower. Light, 510.30Q10 60 ciixed. $!<>.2fi(aio.ss; heavy. Ho.3ofa 10.C0; much. SlO.SOfrj 10.40: good to choice heavy, $10.40 @10.60; pigs. $'J.3o;<rlU.2rj; bulk of sales, $10.45 & 10.55. Sheep— Receipts, estimated at 12.000 head: rctrket strong. Native. $4.50138.35: western. $5 <&5.35: yearling. S7.10@&80; lambs, native $T.firstname.lastname@example.org. western $S(!i'9.Ao. KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY, April 11.— Cettle— Receipts. 31.000 hoad; market 10c lower. Native steers. $6 255^.3(1; cows »nd h«-ifers, $3.30f;j7.2.'>: stock ers and feeders, $4.50^5.75; bulls. $3.75fi5.55: calves. $4' : i7.r>o: western steers, $o.7si>jl>-10; •PMten cows. $email@example.com. Hogs— Receipts. 8.009 head: market 10c lower. Kulk of :-ale*. $10.10<ai0.35: heavy. $10.30® 1..40: packers and butchers. $10.15(510.35: light, $B.lH*£lo.2i>; pips. $5.75f<i9.25. Sheep— Receipts, 1O.O<X» head; market 1001 Sc b'gher. Muttons. $S.so<fJ 8.25; lambs, tS<as.7s; fed western wethers and yearlings, $7(gi>: fed western ewe«. $i>.r<o-;i7.75. SOUTH OMAHA SOUTH OMAHA. April 11.— Cattle— Receipts. «.sOv head; market slow to 10c lower. Native fteers, $GfaS; cows and heifers. $3.50^6.55; western suors, $3.75^7.25; c*«ws and heifers, $346: canners, Btockers and feeders. $.">. ,5'57: calves, $4.25518.23: bulls, stags, etc.. $",.75&«- Hogs — Receipts. 4.700 head; market WilSc l^wer. Heavy. $10.05(4 10.2T.; mixed. $10SlS.10; light. $fI.B.VT?l n -10; p ig!Ji $9619.75- bulk of sales, sioeio.lo. Sheep — Receipts. 6.4^0 head; market Js@2sc h:gber. Yearlinirf. $7.75? iR. 7.">: wethers, $7.sOC<t (\u25a0."'<; ewes. $7fg7.75; lamb!>, $9<§.8.55. Lou Anodes I'roiiucr Market* L«S AXCTLEB, April ll.— Notwithstanding h«>««y ret^ipts the price of eggs remained firm tnrtar. Potatoes are weak and dealer* »re having difficulty jretticg rl4 cf rjeir st«x-L Receipts <if produce wf-re: Kggs. *'22 '--ases; butter. 3.">.250 pounds: cheese, I.CCI founds; potatoes. 63S sacks. Butter — Creamery extra, 27c per pound; cream err trrt. 2r>c; cooking butter. 22c. E«rgs — Extra ee!e<t, 2Dc; local ranch, candled Crsts. 27c; case count. 2.V:; storage packed rxtras. i2c; do eecoacs. 20c. Cheese — Northern fresh, 17@1.V; eastern Twlas. lS^sc; caMera cheddarg, HufeSlc; eastern lonchora, «t<c; eastern daisy, 20c: Swiss Im ported, Moc; Swiss domestic, 23@25c; brick cre«ra. 20c; liLaburger, 20ig21e. B'-aas— N«. 1 pink, $5.T5; No. 1 ilmas, $4.40@ •4.5 A; lyady Wabbington. $4.50; saiall whites, $5.40645.50; blackey.s. $5.i5: parvanzas. $4.50; hstOkt $7. -^"\u25a0tatoes— Salinas. $1.65(31.75; highlands. $1Q J.&; Ix>c:poc. $1.t3«g,1.70; WaUosvllle, $1.25Q J. 4'>; veliow sweets. $4 ctl; white, ?2.50(53; red, $2.25(^2.50; Oregon early rose. $1.5O; Idaho, 51.25; new potatoes. f1.254g1.f10 box; white rose. $1.25^1.50. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS Cotton Markrt NEW YORK. April IL— Button's wire Bays: •"There was v«»ry little news of importaure" in The cotton trade today and afror opening ua chanped to 4c lower, tradlcg continued of a moderate sra!e with wnrttnent Inclined to the short side on additional rains In centr.il Texas aud the ab*rn<-e of a general demau.l in the cotton goods market. Trip re have bo?n Rcme ocmplaints of low temperatures *!a<-e the rain* in Texas, however. an<l ••ooditi>ns are prcwlng worse dally In the eastern belt- on account of <iry weather and unless the dronsbt Is won reiieved by heavy and general rain* this' will ijeeome a price making factor. "Reports wen? circulated by the bear crexvd l*et w*«k that the Canadian from Uverp'»ol tad <>n board 2v,000 bale* and the Baltic 15.000 to iff.OOrt bales. Tb* Canadian is in with lv).!M"j and the Baltic with 6.73 U. •"Some privite reports from Texas say that siiK-e tho rains temperatures have been too low for ootton to germinate an<! in some crsea where cotton is up it has turned yellow. "A prominent southern spot merchant from Savannah wire*: 'Georgia in bad thai*. Grt.uud dry as powder, seed not coming up and wiU be bard to replace.' "Should we fcaTe more cheerful tr-vle accounts the market frotild »oon Improve ttaipire the r«oi rrop prospects, as many mills are umloui>ivdly rarrying small stocks of raw material and l poocs." ft Spot closed <juiet, U points lower: middling \ uplands. 13.10 c: middling gulf, 15."5e. Sales 7.700 bales. COTTON FCTCItES Option — Open. High. Lov. Clos* April 14. Me 14.91e 14.7:*; H.S2c May 14.81 c 14. Me 14.07 c 14. "3e Jna« 14.44 c 14.54 c 14.54 c 14.37 c 14.43 c August 13.*r>c 13.9<*>c . 13.*rtc 13.R4C September 13.03 c 13.<V>e ' J2.i»2e 12.ft*w fVtober 12.55 c 12.560 12.*2 cl 2 49c Nownber 12.35: 12.C r >c 12.38 cl 2 ?.2c n^^tnher 12.3ftc 12.40 c 12.27 c 12.52e January 12.36 c 12.3 Cc 12.56 c 12.29 c New York Mrtnl Market NEW YORK. April 11.— Tbe market far *tand \u25a0 ard coppr closed weak, with spot Quoted at AprU. J2.67HQ12.72Hc; May 12.fi.'5<!jl2.fcO<-: June, 12.70® 12.fe5e; July. 12 7^Q 32.55 C. Sales were reported of 23 tons April at 12.75 c. The London market recovered part of an early loss, closing firm, with spot quoted at £57 and future* at £SK. Arrivals reported at New York today mere 75 tons. Custom house return* •bowed exports of 353 tone, making 3.858 tons t-o far til* mooth. Local dealers qnota lake cop. p»r at 13.25Q13.50c; electrolytic, 13018 25c . «-«'ll«. 12.75Q13C. ' J^Tta easy, with spot quoted at 32.50<5»3c; April. May. June end July. 82.65Q33C. The London market was lower, bat <-lo«ed stead y at £149 10s for spot and £151 12s paid for futures. Lead was dull, with spot quoted at 4.40@4 45c New York and at 4.20©4.25 c East St. Louts. Tb« London market was unchanged at £12 12s 6d. Spelter was easy, with spot quoted at 6.65Q 5-«sc New York and at 5»25<&5.42Vic East St. Tyrol*. Tbe London market was a ehade lower at £22 ITs 6d. Iron was higher at 51s 1V 2 <l for Cleveland war rants in London. The local market was quiet. No. 1 foundry northern, >1*& 18.50: No. 2, $17.50@1^: N«. 1 southern and No. 1 southern \u25a0oft. firstname.lastname@example.org. St. I/wls Wool Market ST. LOUIS. April ll.— Market steady. Me diujs crades, combing and clothing. 20<fJ23c; light fln«, 18"324 c; lieary fine, 14Q20c; tub washed. 19«36c. London Hop Market LIVERPOOL. April 11.— Hop* In London (Pa cific coast) dull at £4 10s to £5 15s. \aral Mores — Turpenlinr and Ro*ln SAVANNAH. April 11.— Torp^atlae— Firm. Regulars. 60c; sales, 83c; receipts IIS; ehlp fceßt*. ~43: etock. 6. 150. Rosin — Firm. Receipt*. 532; uhlpmeata, 749; stock. 89.417; sales.. 460. Quote: B, (4.15; V. *4.42^4; E. $*.72t4; F. $4.90: C. $4.97H; H. $5.15; I. *5-40: X, W. 20; M. W. 25; N\ $6.30; WG, $6.35; WW. $0.40. Chancre of Masterai Steamer Isleton, old master A. P. C^jristensen, sew master William Tttbowe; echooaer Natalie. o\ <J master D. S. Olsaa, new master R. H. F.!- DP.ff. ' Esrolled — f-loop Fearless, Gooerlat Atonosen matter. A BOOKLET FOR INVESTORS The Harris Trust and Savings bank, Dearborn street. Chicago, has is f^d a booklet entitled "Bonds for Safe J« vestment,** intended for the use of persons planning to invest in bonds for first time. Its aim Is to explain in simple terms the purposes* of various classes of bonds, and to indicate the value of bonds as safe Investments for individuals as well as institutions. Copies may be had free upon request. SIBERIAN WILL CARYY MUNITIONS OF WAR Liner's Government Freight In« dudes 2,000,000 Rounds of - Cartridges for Philippines HE Pacific Mall liner Siberia, Cap tain Adrian Zeeder, »-ill sail at 1 o'clock this afternoon for Honolulu and the Car east. The liner will be ;rowded with pas sengers and will tiave the largest :argo that an out ward bound China liner has carried since the Japanese- Russian war. The ;argo will include 4,000 tons of gov ernment freight, to deliver which the Siberia will make a special call at Manila. This army and navy freight includes 2,000,000 rounds of ammunition. The liner's commercial freight in cludes 2,500 bales of raw cotton for Japan. The liner will carry 140 cabin passengers and 250 Asiatics In the steerage. Among the cabin passengers will be 45 tea men on their way to the orient to buy their share of the new crop. The tea men include: Aiex CaiapVM J. C. Siegfried E. Qttackenbush W. A. Wilson A. f. Blyer W. S. K!ne J. Walter Clifton J. W. O'Dell Mrs. Hyde Smith will be a passenger to Honolulu. Another passenger to the island port will be Fred Knight. H. O. Hayner will travel on the liner to Manila. The Siberia has been equipped with wireless and will be able to report its own progress and join in the aerial chatter of the steam schooners and oil tankers which were equipped long ago. Manchuria Has 560 I'lisw-rujjeri* The Pacific Mail liner Manchuria, Cap tain Andrew Dlxon, which was reported in quarantine at Honolulu, sailed from the island port at 6 o'clock Saturday afternoon and is due here Friday. There was one case of smallpox on board. The patient was left at Honolulu and the steamer fumigated. From cable advices from the quaran tine authorities at Honolulu it is not believed that there will be any unusual detention in quarantine at this port for the Manchuria's passengers. The liner is carrying 560 passengers and 7,200 tons of freight. There are 210 cabin passengers and of these 125 are from China and Japan. In the steerage are 350 Asiatics, which is the largest number that any liner has car ried for many days. Is Xcarly Heady for Service The new steamer Xapa Valley, built at the Union iron works for the Monti cello steamship company, will be given its official and final trial April 22, and at its conclusion will be turned over to the -owners. The Xapa Valley, which Is the fastest passenger steamer ever launched here, is still at the Union iron works receiv ing: its final odds and ends of equip ment. It is the intention of Captain Hatch, president of the steamship company, to put the new steamer in service April 23 on the run between here and Vallejo. On the following Monday, April 25, the new steamer will take the children of the Xapa valley schools for a day's outing at Monticello park. Krani'n Arrival Here Postponed The steamer Fram, In which Captain Amundsen is going to make another cruise to the Arctic, was to have been here in June. Xorwegian Consul Henry Lund has received word that owing to strikes in ths Xorwegian shipyards it will be im possible to have the Fram ready so Boon and the famous ship will not be here until early next year. Captain Amundsen' was to have met the Fram at this port, but now may make the voyage here in the Fram. Th« Fram will outfit at this port for its Arctic cruise. Preitldent Sails for South Con«l The Pacific Coast steamship com pany's liner President, Captain X. E. Cousins, sailed yesterday afternoon for southern California with about 250 pas sengers. Among them were: Admiral and Mrs. Se-[Mrs. V. M. Dalton bree MUs 11. Mallon F. S. Lofforety [.Mr. and Mrs. F. T. \V. E. Morrison j MeHenry Miss H. Hasten Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mit-s M. Springer j I>ouney Miss E. Masters (Mr. and Mrs. M. Jaynes C. 11. Kd wards Miss Farrar I). 11. Wells Mrs. Self Miss B. Kalen I\ F. Wise Mrs. H. Donodcren P. t.'. Peterson 3. Forker " O. It. Barry R. i. Alexander \V. J. Murray J. Phillips A. McDonald" Louis Qua«hotti M. Holub Q. E. Battinger Miss R. Howe Hugh Keenoa Mrs. F. E. Chamberlain T. Keenan Miss A- Chamberlain Mrs. D. A. McLaoghllo Mr. and Sirs. L. Duncon Mr. and Mrs. H. S. H. A. Huntom Scott C I». Boynton I). W. Sheldon A. J. Cook W. S. Sadler Sierra. In Due Today The Oceanic steamship company's liner Sierra, Captain H. C. Houdlette, is due today from Honolulu and the company officials expect the liner in about noon. At 8 o'clock Sunday night the Sierra was 540 milee from the light ship, in a northwest gale. A passenger who made the trip to Honolulu on the Sierra has written back to friends in this city to the effect that the Sierra is now the steadiest ship on the Pacific. He has traveled on all the others and made a number of trips on the Sierra when it was on the Australian run. Before going'into serv ice the Sierra's bilge keels were wid ened and the effect Ts said to have been almost maglcaL AVilheliuinn Sail* Tomorrow The Matson company's steamer Wil helmina. Captain Peter Johnson, will sail tomorrow on its second voyage to Honolulu. The Wilhelmlna will take about 3,000 tons of cargo and 60 cabin passengers. rUhins Tub Break* Dana The fishing tug U. S. Grant broke down yesterday off Point Bonita and might have got Into serious trouble but for the timely appearance of the fishing steamer lolanthe, which towed the disabled tug into port. Water Front Xotett Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea amounted to 1.955.000 feet. The Japanese liner Xippon Maru, which left here April 5 for the orient, arrived yesterday at Honolulu. The cruiser Yorktown, Captain Victor Blue, arrived yesterday from Corlnto and proceeded direct td Mare island. The City of Panama was due yester day from the isthmus but had not put in an appearance at sundown. ,The passengers - will probably be landed early this morning at pier 40. The salmon ships Star of Italy and Saint Francis, the barks Star of India and Stai"" of Peru and the schooners Mizpah and Henry Wilson cleared yes terday for Bistol bay. Tyro Fishermen Drowned VAXCOUVER, a C, April 11.— With flag half mast the Xew England fish company's steamer Manhattan reached port today and reported the drowning of Angus McLeod and-Hugh Bochel, two of its fishermen, on the morning of April 8, off Graham island. v McLeod's body was recovered and brought, down by the steamer, but Bo chel was not seen after the accident. The lost men were in a dory which was capsized by a squall. -*\u25a0 n>- United YWrHen* Monday. April 11. 6TEAKER GOVERNOR— H«nce April 0. 2 p. in., for Seattle; April 10. 8 p. m., 4 mllei north of Yaqulns, bead: overcast and raining; moderate northerly bree**; barometer 29.75; temperature STZAXZR KLAMATH— Henro April 9. 225 n. m.. for wmthern ports; April 10, 7:30 p. zn., 5 miles west of Point Hueneme; sea smooth: all well. - . STEAMER HANAXEI— Left San Pedro for San FrancUco • April 10, 3 p. m.;. April 10, 4:40 p. Mr, off Iiedoodo; moderate westerly wind; smooth 6ea: overcast «ky. STEAMER SIERRA— Left Honolulu for San Francisco April 6, 12 noon; April 10.' 8 p. m., 510 miles out from the San Francisco lightship; strong northwest gale; rough beam sea; weather clear; barometer 30.22; temperature STEAMER KANSAS ClTY— Hence April B,' 12:30 THE SAHV FRANCISCO: CALL, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, .1910. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD p. m., for Portland; April 10, 8:30 p. m., 6 miles north of Hecate head; barometer, 20.83; temperature 501.' strong north wind;: rain. STEAMER W. Sf PORTER— From Portland for San Francisco; April 10, '8 p. m., 70 miles north of Cape Mendocino; strong southeast gale; heavy sea. '..--\u25a0 STEAMEE XANN SMITH— From Coos bay for San Francisco; April 10, noon, passed Cape Mendocino; southeast gale; heavy sea; barom eter 29.35. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS TO ARRIVE From I Steamer. | Date Grays Harbor Carlos ...v Apr. 12 Grays Harbor Coronado T Apr. 12 Xew York via Ancon.. City of Panama Apr. 12 Portland & Astoria ... Rose C|y .... Apr. 12 Seattle & Tacoma Vosemite Apr. 12 Humboldt F. A. Kllbnrn. . Apr. 12 San Pedro Hanalei ... Apr. 12 Honolulu Sierra : . . - Apr. 12 Grays Harbor G. JC. Ltndauer. Apr. 12 Willapa Harbor Daisy Apr. 12 Portland &. Astoria.... J. B. Stetson. . Apr. 13 Humboldt N'ortb Fork ...Apr. 13 San Pedro It Way Ports' Coos Bay ..... Apr. 13 N. York via Sal. CruZi Pleiades Apr. 13 San Pedro INorwood ...... Apr. 14 Grays Harbor Santa Barbara.. Apr. 14 Portland & Way Ports. Santa Clara ... Apr. 14 San Pedro Roanoke Apr. 14 Point Arena & Albion.. Porno Apr. 14 Humboldt City. of Topeka. Apr. 15 China & Japan, Manchuria Apr. 15 New York via Ancon... City of Para.. Apr. 15 Puget Sound Ports Umatilla Apr. 15 Portland & Astoria ... G. W. Elder... Apr. 15 Sau Diego & Way Ports President ...... Apr. 15 Seattle & Tacoma Buckman ...... Apr. 16 San Pedro Watson Apr. 10 Puget Sound Ports .... Governor Apr. 17 Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea-Foam Apr. 17 Grays Harbor Centralia Apr. 17 Sal. Crux via S. Diego Arlzonan Apr v l7 New York Tia Ancon.. City of Para.. Apr. 17 Portland &. Astoria.... Kansas City .. Apr. 18 Coos Bay M. F. Plant. ... Apr. 18 San Diego & Way PorU Santa Rosa . . . Apr. 18 TO SAIL Destination ] Steamer | Sails |Pler April J2— I Los Angeles Ports Coronado ... 1 pm 21 Auckland & Sydney ... Alden 1 po .... Los Angeles Ports Carlos 1pm.... Humboldt City Topeka 10 am 11 Japan & China Siberia 1 pm 42 Puget Sound Ports City Pnebla. 2pm 9 Seattle & Tacoma..... Art. Sampson 1 pm 10 Los Angeles Ports . Watson 10 am 10 Los Angeles Ports Yoseinite ... 2 pm 27- April 13— Los Angeles Ports J. B. Stetson 5 pm 01 Astoria & Portland.... Oasco 5 pm .... Humboldt Vangnard .. 1 pm in Seattle & Tacoma Hornet 5 pm ISS j Humboldt F. Kilburn.. 10 am 13 Los Angeles Ports Ilanalei .... 3 pm 10 Honolulu & Hilo Wllhelmtna .12 m 38 Grays Harbor Newburg ... 3 pm 21 Astoria & Portland ... Bowdoin ... 5 pm 2< Loos Bay M. F. Plant 3pm S Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam.. 4pm 4 April 14— Grays Harbor G. Lindauer WiUapa Harbor Daisy 12 m 27 Grays Harbor Norwood ... 2pm.... Astoria & Portland.... Hoanoke ... 1 pm 13 Honolulu via* P. Sound Hyades SS Los Angeles Ports S. Barbara.. 1 pm 51 San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.. 11 am 9 April 15— Tahiti direct Marlposa ... 11 am 21 ; Astoria & Portland Northland .. 5 pm 19 San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay . . 4pm 11 Aorll 16— Honolulu Sierra 11am 21 New York via Ancon.'. City Panama 12 m 40 Puget Sound Ports President .. 2pm 9 Astoria & Portland Rose City .. 11 am 40 Portland &. Way Porfs. Santa Clara. 1 pm 13 Los Angeles Ports..... O. W. \u25a0\u25a0'Elder 1 pm 13 Astoria & Portland.... Claremont .. 5 pm 27 Astoria & Portland.... Klamath ... 10 am 2i Seattle & Tacoma Riverside ... 5 pm 38 April 17— N. York via Sal. Crux. Pleiades ... 10 am 27 Point Arena tc Albion. Porno ...... 6pm 4 Los Angeles Poets Centralia ... 1 pm 51 April IS— Seattle & Taroma Watoon .... 1 pm 10 Los Angeles Ports Buckman ... 10 am 10 San Dlegp tc Way Ports Governor ... 4pm 9 TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE Destination . I Steamer | Date Seward & Way Pcrta.. A. G. Lindsay.. Apr. 12 Skagway & Way Ports. CotUge City .. Apr. 13 Skagway & Way Ports. City of Seattle. Apr. 16 Valdes & Seward Olympia Apr. 16 Seldovia & Way Ports. Bertha Apr. 20 Valdez & Seward Victoria Apr. 24 Time Ball United States braDch bydrographic office, Mer chants' Exchange, San Francisco, April 11. 1910. The. time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel was dropped today exactly at noon, Pa cific standard time (,120th meridian), or' at Sh. 00m. 00s. Greenwich mean time. J. C. BURNETT, • , Lieutenant, U. S. N., in charge. Sun, Moon and Tide United States coast and geodetic mirvey — Time and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city front (MU*ion street wharf) add 25 minutes. TUESDAY, APRIL 12 Sun <j rises 5:38 Sun sets 0:44 Moon gets 10:28 p. m. Fii>t quarter moon... '. April IG. at 5:55 a. m. Full moon April 24, at 0:14 a. m. iTlmel JTimel iTimel (Time Aprl f Pt f 1 Ft I 1 Ft | Ft IH W| ]L Wl |H W| IL W 12.. 1 u:3tt 5.8 7:16—0.4 2:15 4.7 7:18 2.6 13.. 1:17 5.7 8:13—0.4 3:32 4.3 8:10 3.2 14.. 2:00 5.6 1»:13 — 0.4 4:36 4.2 9:10 3.3 15.. 2:55 5.4 10:10—0,2 0:13 4.3 10:21 3.« 16.. 4:05 5.111:25—0.1 7:10 4.6 11:57 3.6 17.. 5 :25[ 4.8 12:30| o.l| 8:00 4.8 ...,,.,.. I*. S. Branch Hydrographle Office \u25a0' A branch of the United States hydrographic office, located In the Merchants' Exchange, is maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of mariners, without regard to nationality and free of expenfse. Navigators are cordially invited to visit the office, where complete sets of charts and sailing directions or tbe world are kept at band 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. C. BURNETT. Lieutenant, V. S. N., In charge. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor. PLACE 1 Ft. | Date | Remarks ~ Grays Hart IS Uan. 13ilnner bar buoy sub- I I . merged. - Willapa Bl 27 Feb. BlWhlstllns buoy 1 mii« - 1 \u25a0 j- . I north of bar. Colum. R.I 24 |Not. SlShoallng outside" nun | | 1 biioyNo. 2. Nehalm R 8 Feb. 2 1 Bar buoy 200 yards N. \u25a0 - - \u25a0 > | channel. -. TUlmk B. 9 [Dec. 17|Ch»nnel shifted 1 mile F I <«outh In gale Nov. 28. Nub buoy No. 0 and Yaqulna B 14 Feb. 12 can buoy No. 3 gone adrift. . .- . \u25a0 .Sluslaw M R[ sVfrjFeb. SjChannej going nertb/~ Umpqua Rl 13 V4 Feb. 4!Channel In good condT- I- I I tlon. ~ ~ 1 12 feet at low tide to Coos Bay. 18 Feb. 171 North Bend; 12 feet I at low tide to Marßh . I | field. CoquHla RJ 0 Jan. 7jCaannel straight; good j__ I I condition. \u25a0-.-. Roqoe R1v1 ..... |. \u25a0*.'. .... | .~ Klamth 111 7 (Jan. 7lChannel straight - east •\u25a0 \u25a0 . - [ J [ and west Hmbldt B| 19 ]Mar. ljXorth channel unsafe | I I to navigation. S Pedro B| 20 |Feb. 261N0 change In channelT~ S. Diego B| 25 |Dec. 9|No change In channel. « 87*Pabl7"B 24 IDec. l|Depth in dredged cban- I I "el. SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST Items' of Interest to Mariners of the Pacific [Special Dupatch to The \u25a0 Ca/fJ EUREKA, April 11.— Steamer F. A. KUburn departed for San Francisco this afternoon with freight. - mail and passengers. -. Calvin Stewart of the Mattole lumber company departed for San Francisco todny . for the pur- poce of - chartering or purchaainy one *or two steam schooner* for the Mat tole-San Francisco run. \u25a0 ... . \u25a0:\u25a0.- - ' \u25a0 "\u25a0• \u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . ;'.-'\u25a0,- , Captain Kruger. owner of th» rssolina ' schoo ner Lady. Mine, which wan wreekeq on Humboldt bar a month ago, 'ban returned from San Fran cisco, bavins succeeded •- In wearing another vessel for - the Eureka-Smlth river \u25a0 rnn. v It " ii the Nada Guiuta. formerly owned by the ' Black Diamond transportation • company • of . Stockton, and was engaged In ' the • pa»s-3ager and freight traffic on the San Joaquin « river. . It ia 40 feet long, .12 feet 'beam and 5 feet draft. 1 .The 1 * craft was built for. the purpose of carry ing a large number of passengers, bat has .been renovated to alloTr ample room for , freight »nd to carry only four . or ;- five - paM*ngers . bt^ides the i cr«w. It has %\u25a0\u25a0 60 - hortepower gasolina en jrl ne. Captain Kruger , said that be will . have ' the new .. craft In operation by May - 1. Hereafter be will call at Trinidad, Crescent City and Klamath. Captain Michael (iuinta will be in command of the craft and Captain Kruger will act as engineer. . Calkers were put to work on the steamer Newport this morning to place the ship * in condition to leave port Saturday for Coquille In command of Captain Parsons, with the. man ager-owner, Azariah Dunham, as chief engineer. Captain Parsons Is expected from Astoria to morrow on the steamer Santa Clara and Chief Dunham, who recently left Marsuflelrt on the steamer M. F. Plant for San Francisco, is ex pected here during the latter part of the week. Captain Parsons wag formerly roastsr of the steamer Alliance . and at different . times was master of the different ships of the Pacific Coast steamship company. Norwefgian trump stearuor Alden saile «l for San Francisco Sunday afternoon. It was towed to sea by the tug Ranger. The ! AMen came here late in March from Poget sound with part cargo of pine. It loaded 1,300,000 feet -of redwood luinbc-r here and will sail for Australia via San Francisco In the Australian mail line. The Alden, scheduled to leave San Francisco April 1, probably vrill not -leave before April 15. Steam schooner Aurella arrived from the south early Sunday morning. It is loading at Carson's mill for the return trip to San Pedro. Pacific lumber company's steamer W. H. Murphy nrrived Sunday morning -and will lead at Bayslde mill aud Field's landing for San Pedro. Steamer North Fork arrived Sunday afternoon and is now at I» street wharf discharging fruijrht. It will load redwood lumber at Arc.Ua for Son Francisco. Steam schooner Santa Monica arrived late Sunday afternoon and is loading lumber at- Little River, wharf for Puget itound. where its cargo will be reshipped for the orient. The Coggeshall launch company of tills city has Incorporated with a capital stock of $50,000, a majority of which is owned by Captain Walter Coggeshall. LOS ANGELES, April 11. — Arrived— Steamers Klamath, Columbia river; Temple E. Dorr, Eureka; Vanguard, Eureka. Sailed— Steamers Olympic, Bellinßham; Despatch, Colombia river. PORTLAND, April 11.— Captain George Woods, one of the independent pilots at the mouth of the Columbia river, will go to San Francisco to bring up the German steamer Augustus, Captain Schu der. The Augustus sailed from Antwerp January 11 with a cargo of general freight for San Fran cisco and Portland and arrived In the bay city about a week ago. It came this way on the line operated by Henry Lund & Co. The Portland agents are Taylor, Young & Co. It will be due to arrive here about April 20. Tbe steam schooner St. Helens, reported to be probably in trouble last night off Port Orford, went to sea from Astoria April 9, currying a carpo of 1,450,000 feet of lumber for San Fran cisco. . * . In tow of the Ocklahama.^the British ship Don na Francesca arrived up to the Irving dock from Astoria at S o'clock this morning. It will go on the dry dock Wednesday. Carrying passengers and freight, the steamship Kanisas City, Captain Nopander, arrived tonight. - With a full passenger lift and 800 tons of general freight, the steamship George W. Elder arrived- last night from Los Angeles by way of San Francisco and Eureka. It was barbound for a day in the latter port. Laden with 6.000 sacks of cement and 600 tons of general merchandise the steam schooner Wel lesley, Captain Llndquist, arrived tonight. It stopped on the way up at Martins bluff to dis charge 2.000 cases of explosives. With 905,000 feet of lumber the steam schooner Shasta, Captain Hanscn, cleared this morning at the custom house for San Pedro. Captain Smith of the British ship Dunsyre, which will begin loading lumber at Tongue point tomorrow, is here to meet his wife and son, who came from Europe to see him. ASTORIA, April 11.— Britten bark Alvair. with grain for Europe, sailed today. Schooner Defiance, with lumber for San Fran cisco, was towed to *ea Sunday. Barkentlne Retriever, with lumber for Re dondo, was towed to sea this morning. Steamer Kansas city arrived this morning from San Francisco with freight and passengers. «hA latter including many Chinese, who; will work In the canneries. Steam schooner Saginaw, with SOO.OOO feet of lumber from the MeCormiek mill at St. Helens for San Francisco, went to sea Sunday evening. Tug Hercules left today at noon for San Francisco with the American ship nenry Villard in tow. Steam schooner Wellesley arrived Sunday evening from San Francisco to load lumber for return. • April 11.— Charged with wife desertion, R. c. Stephens, a sailor, was taken from the bark Jane L. Stanford." which is wait ing to- put to soa, and tried in a Justice court. Stephens was found guilty, but released on giv ing bonds and agreeing to support his family. - British tramp steamship Longshlps cleared Saturday for Chinese ports from Ihe port of Hoqulam. It will probably get over the bar to morrow, going to British Columbia for coal and thence to Tacoina to finish cargo. The Long ships has 1.740.000 feet of Grays Harbor lumber, valued at ?17,400, taken a', the mills of ATjerdeen and Hoqulam. The barbound fleet, including the bark Jane L. Stanford, schooners Aliep. O. W. Watson. Lizzie Vance and bark John Smith, got away to sea today. The arrivals today were the steamers Svea and Ccntralla. Late departures are the steamers Santa Bar bara, Hoquiam and Carlos. Schooner F. M. Slado came off the Marine rail day today, where it hHdbeen repaired, and will load for Honolulu, , British tramp steamt»r Longshlps crossed the bar at high tioe this afternoon with Pilot Bali on board. It Is bound for Chinese ports from Hpquiam. Before aaillng for China tbe steamer will po to British Columbia for coal and thence t«> Tacoma to finish cargo. The Lnngshlps hag 1, 140.000 feet of Gray* Harbor lumber, valued at $17,400, taken at the mills of Aberdeen and Hoqulam. \u25a0 . % The Longshlps drew nearly is feet of water. Manager Delanty of the OrayH Harbor stevedore company say* that the pawing out of the LoMg shlps without tbe least difficulty means that (•rays Harbor is as safe for the large tramp steamers as the coast steam schooners. SEATTLE, April 11.— Arrived: Steamer Gov ernor, from San Francisco; steamer Eureka, from Tacoma; steamer Olympla. from Valdes; U. S cableshlp Burnaldc, from Tacoma; steamer Ber tha, from Valdes; Steamer Bee, from San Fran cUco. Departed: Steamer Meteor, for Skagway; Brit ish steamer Flupatriek, for Tacoma. TACOMA. April 11.— Arrived: British steamer Strathlay, from N.tnaimo, B. C. Departed: Steamer Eureka, for Seattle- Brit ish steamer Mancunla. for Everett. Army Tranaporis . - The Crook Is at Manila. The Warren 1* at Shanghai. The Logan palled MRrch 7 for Manila. * The Buford IS in port. The Sheridan sailed March 24 from Manila for this port. The Sherman called March 5 for Manila The Thomas is in p«rt. NEWS OF THE OCEAN The City of Sydney's Cnrjro ./ ... 'The steamer City of Sydney sailed for Ancon and way ports on 1 Saturday with cargo valued at J109.265, to be distributed as follows: For Mex ico, $9,963 f; Centra] America, $12,008; Panama, $1,009; New York, $81,600; Colombia, $1,454; Ecuador, $431; Chile,' $1,003. The principal ex ports and their destinations were as follows: ' " To-Mexiee-r-3,8H lbs dried fruit, 8,185 lbs raisins, 218 pigs fresh fruits, 4 hbla flour, 6 cs salmon, 41 pkgs onions, M pkgs potatoes, 7t}7 lbs cheese, 334 lbs butter. 657 lbs sago, 813 lbs hams and bacon, 00 cs canned poods, 1,708 lbs pplcea; poo lbs codfish* 745 lbs and 21 cs meals 20 cs baking powder, 340 lbs tea,- 11 cs mlnerai water, 277 gal » and 8 eswlne, 5 cs and 1 keg whisky, fiio «ks cement, 89 bales bags. 0 pkgs agricultural Implements, 12-pkfrs drugs, 22,103 ft lumber, 8 pkgs wagon material, 115 pkgs tank material, 1rt,229 lbs tallow, 2 flasks quicksilver 30 pkgs paints. • , .. - To Centrar America— 2o3 bbls flour, 0,806. 1bs rice, 385 lbs hams and bacon. 8 cs meals, 03 cs salmon,. 204 cs canned goods, 2,748 lbs spices, 607 lbs tea,* 710 lbs and 15 nxs raisin*. 730 lbs dried fruit. 839 gals wine, 30 cs whisky, 8 638 lbs tallow, 33 pkgs dry goods.' o rolls and Ica leather,^4 pkgs. tank material, 2 pkgs machin ery, 700 cs kerosene, 3 cs oils, 41 pkgs paints. 291 kegs white lead. ~ " To Panama — 110 bbls flour, 171 cs canned goods, ' 240 lbs .chocolate, 50 pkgs - potatoes, (J half bbls salmon, 14- pkgs drugs, 11 bales over alls. \u25a0 ' \u25a0-\u25a0.- . '-\u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0- -.. \ - \u25a0:•."\u25a0 ' . . •-. \u25a0\u25a0,> -To New: 'York — 57,383 gals wine, . 100 - gals brandy, 253,077. lbs beans, ' 4B,9Bß lbs garranzas 080 cs canned • goods, « 280.438 lbs dried fruit, 158,950 lbs raisins, 30.000 lbs pearl barley, 107, 484 lbs wool. 83 cs typewriters. " . •. • To Colombia — 225 bbls flour. - . " ; To Ecuador— 22 cs canned goods, • 1,200 lbs raisins. 514 cala wine, 5 cs oils. , To Chile— 2 cs leather. *t Notice \u25a0*o Marlnern Office of United States } Lighthouse Inspector, \u25a0 Twelfth District, San \u25a0 Francisco, April 11. SAN. PEDRO HARBOR, ".Cat.— Notice Is here by giren that the structure supporting San Pedro harbor • light i No. : 4. heretofore reported carried away, has . been rebuilt - and ' the light re-estab lished April 8. 1910. -(UvH. B- List of Buoys, etc., Pacific Coast. 1008, page 18.) ; \u0084 : SAN FRANCISCO * BAY ENTRANCE, Cal.— Notice l» also gWen that Fort Point ledge buoy, 2. : red, heretofore reported dragged, - was i re placed April 9," l»10r <L. H. D. List of Uuoys, etc.. Pacific iCoast.' lfiOS, page 24.) " By order of the lighthouse board. -":-., ,- • :w.G. MILLER, Commander, U. S. N., Inspector, Twelfth Lighthouse District/-:. rvTbe hydrographicoffleehas published ' the fol lowing notices to marlncra: -\u25a0 .< \u25a0 >:. :,- : CALIFORNIA -, Humboldt*- bay : entrance — Buoys ;to b« estab lished " and , changed— About April • 15, 1910, tc» following changes will b* made in the buoyage at Humboldt bay. California: fcoutb sr>U buoy 2A. a first class nun, win be established inside the submerged end of the wroth jetty, on : the southwestern side of the channel. \u25a0 \u25a0 -• North spit buoy 3, a second class can, will be changed to a first class can and moored on the eastern side of the channel about 1.500 feet eastward of the submerged end of the south j«tty. ; \u25a0 North spit bnoy 5, a first class nun. will be established at the turn of the north and Booth channel*, to mark the northern side of the channel. Middle ground west end buoy, a second class nnn. will, be changed to a first class nun, with out other change. Middle, ground buoy 4, a second class nun, will be changed to a/flrst class nun, without other change. WASHINGTON Grays Harbor — Beacons temporarily replaced by buoys— On March 12, 1910, . beacons 6, 8, 10 •nil. 12. marking the dredged channel between old OrayH Harbor city wharf and Hoqulam, drays Harbor, Wash., were temporarily re placed by second class spar buoys similarly colored and numbered. Puget sound— Eagle harbor range lights moved— Referring to notice to mariner* No. 11 <043) of 1910. further notice Is giten that on march 11, 1010. the range lights leading Into Eagle harbor, I'uset sound. Wash., were changed In position as follows: i Tiie front light was moved about 850 feet J3O degrees and reestablished on the edge of the high bank 52 feet above the water. The rear light was moved and re-established SO feet above the water, 275 feet 340 degrees 40 minutes from the front light. Approximate position of front light on C. S. chart No. 6444, latitude 47 degrees 37 minutes 30 seconds north, longitude 122 degrees 29 min ute* 52 seconds west. . Engaged for Lnmhtr The British steamer Baron Ogllvy, on Puget sound, is under charter for lumber from the sound or Grays Harbor to China. 'Shipment of Lumber The bark S. C. Allen was cleared for Honolulu yesterday with 715,855 feet of lumber, valued at 513.500. Weather Report United States Department of Agriculture — Weather Bureau, San Francisco, April 11, 1910. RAINFALL DATA Last Seasonal Normal Stations — 24 hours, to date, to date. Eureka o.3rt 38.73 40.34 Red Bluff , 0.03 ! 16.60 22.16 Sacramento 0.06 ' 12.25 ,17.77 Mt. Tanialpals.... 0.40 25.91 ' 20. Gi San Francisco O.ltf 19.42 20.33 San Jose 0.32 14.50 11.55 Fresno 0.14 10.76 8.44 Independence 0.00 4.77 8.36 San Luis Oblspo 0.12 21.29 18.39, Los Angeles 0.28 12.57 14.44 San Diego. Q.Q2 9.65 9.11 Const record for 12 hours, ending 5 p.m. TTTTT^I STATIONS % H r' =• S-2. Blalne 29. 98 4fi — SE Cloudy .04 Boise 29. 5S 58 52 NW Cloudy .02 Lureka 30.06 60 50 N Clear .02 Flagstaff .....29.76 fiS 28 'SW Cloudy .00 Fresno *. ..29.92 84 M W Clear .00 Helena 29.78 72 42 W Cloudy .00 Independence ..29.72 64 D 2 N Rain 1 — Kallspell 29.84 58 44 S Cloudy .02 Los Ange1e5... 29. 90 t>o 52 SW Cloudy .28 Modena 2».R8 62 42 SW Cloudy" .00 Mt. Tamalpais.29.99 45 37 NW Rain .27 North-Head 30.08 48 40 -NW Clear .04 Phoenix 29.60 -82 54 W Cloudy .00 Pooatello 29.70 70 54 S Cloudy .00 Pt. Reyes Lt.. 29. 94 52 44 NW Cloudy .00 Portland ..30.02 60 48 NW Cloudy .00 Red Bluff 30.00 60 4S NB Pt.Cldy .01 Reno 29.80 66 40 NW Cloudy .00 Roseburu 30.0-f^ CO 46 S , PtiCldy .08 Sacramento ...29.96 60 48 NW Clear .00 Salt Lake 29.68 72 52 SW Cloudy .00 San Dieg0..... 2!».9<; 60 54 NW rt.Cldy .02 San Francisco. .29.98 54 JO NW Cloudy .08 San Jose 29.98 50 W Cloudy .20 S. Luis 0b15p0. 30. 00 54 50 W Pt.Cldy .00 S. E. Farallon.Bo.oo 52 48 NW Cloudy .06 Spokane 20.00 62 48 .SW Cloudy .00 •Summit v. 40 27 SE Clear — Tacoma 30.02 54^44 W Cloudy' .02 Tatoosh 30.02 50 — 8W Cloudy .00 Tonopah . .29.74 52 40 NW Snow .01 Walla Wa11a. .,20.92 64 52 SE Cloudy .00 Wlnoemucca ..29.02 46 44 N Cloudy .14 Yuma 29.76 70 58 W Clear .00 .. *Saow on ground, 4S Inches. The following maximum and minimum temper atures are reported from eastern stations for the previous day Chicago,- 64-58; New York, 58-42; Ouama, 78-S-t. SYNOPSIS The storm has moved eastward and now over lies Utah. Rain has been general In California and Nevada, with snow in tbe mountains. The temperature has fallen 20 degrees over most of Nevada. In the great valley of California after noon readings are from 10 to 14 degrees below the normal. Warm weather may be expected Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday. The relative humidity at Red Bluff was M per cent and at Fresno 88 per cent. Forecast made at San Francisco for the 30 hours ending at midnight April 12, 1910: Kan Francisco and . vicinity — Fair Tuesday, somewhat warmer in the afternoon; moderate north vrind.. Santa Clara valley — Fair, warmer Tuesday; moderate north wind. \u25a0. Sacrninento valley— Fair, warmer Tuesday; moderate north wind. • San Joaquin valley — Fair, warmer Tuesday; moderate north wind. Southern California — Unsettled weather, with tihowere,*.Tuebday; light east wind, changing to south. \ A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED Monday, April 11. Stmr Santa Kosa. Alexander, 10 Vi hours from San Oiego, etc. ; passenger* and merchandise . to Pacific Coast steamship company. Stmr Nann Olsen, 31 hours from Coos bay; 1,550,000 feet lumber to C. A. Smith lum ber company. \u25a0 \ - Btmr Catania, Canty, 2% days from Astoria; ballast to .Tfsociatcd oil company; up rlTer di rect. - ' 17. S. stmr Yorktown, Bine, 15 days from Corlnto, Tin Acapulco 10 days; up rlrer direct. Stmr Charles Nelson, Nelson, 100 hours from Ererett: 700,000 feet lumber to the Charles Nel son company. / Stmr Northland, Erlckson. 65 hours from Co lumbia river; 535,000 feet lumber to E. J. Dodge & Co. • Stmr Acme, Olsen. 40 boors from Eureka; 430. 000 feet lumber to the Charles Nelson company. IS t mi- Bowdoin, Tlbliitts. 42 hours from San Pedro; ballast to W. G. Tlbbitts. Stmr Mandalay, Lofstrom, 45 hours from Cres cent City; bound iouth, put in for fael. Stmr Yellowttone, Luilow, 36 hours from San Pedro; ballast to Charles It. McCormick & Co. htmr James S. Hlggins, Higglns, 39 hours from Kan Pedro; ballast to C. 11. lliggtns; 36 passen cers. CLEARED : \u25a0 • • Monday. April 11. Stmr, President. Cbnslns, San Diego; Pacific Coast steamship company. Stmr, Watson, Watson, San Pedro; Alaska Pa cific steamship company. '.-\u25a0 - Stmr \u25a0-" Siberia, Zeeder, Hongkong, etc., ria Honolulu; Pacific Mall steamship company. Ship Star of Italy, Sohlin, Bristol bay; Alaska packers' ansociation. . , - Ship St. Francis. Pedersen, Bristol bay; Alaska Fishermen's packing company. ; Bark Star of India, Cbrlotlanson, Bristol bay; Alaska packers' • association. Bark Star of Peru, Wedrig, Bristol bay; Alaska packers' association. . .-• Sehr Henry Wilson; Bergman, Bristol bay; North Alaska salmon- company. ,' Schr Mizpah. Henry; Bristol bay; North Alaska salmon company. \u25a0 ' .. CLEARED AT FORT BRAGG Bark S. C. Allen, WUlon, Honolulu. SAILED Sunday, j April 10. - Stmr Roma. Lawson, Port San Lnts. Nor stmr Thode Fagelund, NlUen, Vaneoorer. , \ Monday, April 11. Stmr Daisy Mitchell, Davltt, Grays Harbor. Stmr Yellowstone, Ludlow/ Astoria. .. Stmr George Loomls, Smith, Iledondo Beach. Stnir' President, Cousins, San Diego. - .OUTSIDE BOUND IN, 10 P. M. Stmr Mandalar, Lofstrotn. San Pedr6."Vs?: „,; fi Stmr . Col. B. U Drake, Bunting, Seattle. : Tow sebr Newark, Wayland, • Byxbee landlnp. Schr Virginia, Nor stmr Hornolen, Nor stmr AWm. • ' : Sohr Sautiago, McDoaald, Monterey, in tow tup Naylgator. TELEGRAPHIC POINT LOBOS. April 11,- 10 . p. m.— Weather clondj; wind NW; velocity 12 miles an hoar; bar roagn. WEATHER REPORTS TATOOSH, April -11, 6 p. m.— Cloudy; wind SW; Telocity 13 miles an hour. , - ; POINT \u25a0 LX)BOS. April 11, : 9 a. m.— CToudy ; wind NW; velocity. 12 miles an hour. ; POINT REYES. April 11; » v a. m.— Raining; wind W; Telocity 20 miles an hour. o '., - FARALLOXES,- April 11, 0, a. m.—Cloudy; wind W; Telocity 18 miles an hour. - . i' POINT IX)BOS, April 11, 0 «. m.— Bat rough. T.." TATOOSH,'- April 11,: 0 a. m.— Cloady; wind KW: Teloci ty 12 miles an ' hour, t . ,--\ : -\ POINT LOBOS," J Aprll 11, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind W: Telocity 12 miles an bonr. .- . ' Vr POINT LOBOS.VAprII 11. '3 : p.* m.— Cloudy; wind :NW;* Telocity 12 miles an hoar. :;\u25a0 -:•\u25a0.....-.••\u25a0; -v- v DISASTER -.^;:- • • '. : : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' h MANILA. ' April v 10— Stmr * Del ' Pelar > was in collision with bark Mangolnan off Mindoro April 8 and sank ; S persona drowsed, $7 rescae.cl, . AUCTION SALES Continuation Sale The Old Virginia Antique Company's $100,000 Collection of Rare Antiques By Auction This Day at 2 P. M. At the Walter Building^ Van 2V>** and Sacramento This most unusual aggregation of antique treasures embraces In part: Old Colonial Furniture, Chippendale, Hepplewhlte. Sheraton. Old Dutch Marquetry, Examples of the First Empire. Louis XV.. Louis XVI., Ancestral Oak Furniture from England. Old Grandfather's Clocks. English Mantel Chime Clocks, Very Rare Old French Clock Sets, Rare Old China. Old Colonial Silver. Rare Collection of English Sheffield Plate. Old Brass Andirons, Fenders, Old Belgian Brasses, etc., etc. NOTE. — An adequate conception of the beauty and extent can only be had by paying it a visit. Catalogues at sale and seats provided for those who attend. K. CURTIS, Anettoaeer. . DOMESTIC PORTS POBT LDDLOW— Arrlred April 11— Stmr Lucy Neff, from Port Gamble. GREENWOOD— OfT port AprU 11— Stmr Whltesboro, too rough to load. FORT BBAGG— Sailed April 11, 10:30 a. m.— Bark S. C. Allen, for Honolulu. WILMINGTON— ArriTed April. 10. 10 a. m.— Stmr RtTerslde, from Port Anseles. . TACOJIA — Sailed April 11 — Stmr Buckman. for Seattle; otmr Eureka, stmr ITmatilla. for San Francisco; U. S. stmr Burnside, Br stmr Fltz patrick, for Seattle; Br »tmr Knight of St. George, for British Columbia port; Br stmr Mau cunia, for Panama. PORT BAN WJlS— ArriTed April 11. (5 a. m.— Stmr Atlas, hence April 10; 7 p. m.. stmr Coos Bay, from Santa Barbara; 6 p. m., stmr Roma, hence April 10; stmr Whlttier. hence April 10. Sailed April 11. 4:30 p. m. — Stmr Atlas, for San Francisco; 5:30 p. m., stmr Whlttier, for San Francisco; noon, stmr Lansing, for San Fran cisco. PORT GAMBLE— Sailed April 10— Stmr Lucy Neff, . for Port Lodlow. TOWNSEND— ArriTed April 11— Schr Prosper, from Saliva Cruz. Passed in April 11 — Stmr Bee, hence April 7 for Seattle. REDOXDOf BEACH— ArriTed April 11— Bktn Charles F. Crocker, from ETerett; stmr Shoshone, from San Pedro. Sailed April 11— Stmr Snoshone, for San Fran Cisco. POINT LOBOS— Passed April 11— Stmr Delhi, from Seattle for San Pedro. TATOOSH— Passud In April 11, 11:40 a. m.- Stmr Olympia, from Valriez for Seattle; 11:05 a. m., stmr Governor, hence April 9 for Seattle; 4:40 a. m.. stmr Bee, hence Anril 7 for Seattle; 5 a. vi., steam schooner, probably Seward. Passed In April 11, 3:50 p. m. — Schr Willis A. Hohlen, from Valparaiso for Townsend; bktn Archer, hence March 30 for Roche harbor. Outside bound In April 11 — Two barpes in tow. Outside bound in April 11 — Barken tin?, schoo ner and steamer. WESTPOBT— Passed In April 11, 5:30 a. m.— Stmr Srea. hence April 9. , Barbound April 11 — Schr Borealis, for Hilo; EChr Sehome, for San Pedro. Sailed April 11, 2:30 p. m. — Stmr Santa Bar bara, for San Francisco; 3 p.' m.. Br stmr Long ships, for Puget sound. Arrived April 11, 6 p. m. — Schr Watson A, West, from Antofagasta. Arrived April 10— Stmr Centralia, henc* April 7. KETCHIKAN— Arrived April 0, 8 p. m.— Stmr Humboldt. from Seattle. WBANGELL— Arrived April 10. 8:30 a. m.— Stmr Humboldt, from Seattle for Skagway. April 11, 1:30 a. m. — Stmr Cottage City, from Skag way; 1 a. m., stmr Northland, from Sltka. SKAGWAV— Arrived April 10, 4 p. m.— Stmr City of Seattle, from Seattle, and sailed 9 p. m., for Seattle. SEWABD — Arrived April 10, 2 a. m. — Stmr Victoria, from Valdez. CRESCENT ClTY— Arrived April 11— Stmr Del Norte. hence April 10. To ball April 11 — Stmr Westport, for San Fran cisco. ASTORIA — Arrived April 11 — Stmr Kansas City, hence April 9. Sailed April 11. 2 p. m. — Br*tark Altalr, for United Kingdom; 3 p. m.. ship Henry Villard, in tow tug Hercules, for San Francisco. * Sailed April 11.- 7 a. m. — Stmr Saginaw. bktn Retriever, for San Francisco. EUREKA— SaiIed April 10— Nor stmr Alden, for San Francisco. Sailed April 11— Stmr F. A. Kilburn. for San Francisco. • -. * Arrived April 10 — Stmr North Fork, stmr Santa Monica, hence April 9. SAN PEDRO— Sailed April 10— Stmr Hanalei, for San Francisco; 10 p. m., stmr Argyll, for San Francisco. Sailed April 11 — Stmrs Olympic and Despatch, for San Francisco. Arrived April 11 — Stmrs Roanoke and Klamath. hence April 9; stmr San Pedro, from Eureka; stmr St. Helens, from Grays Harbor. ST. HELENS— SaiIed April 10— Stmr Saginaw, for San Francisco. COOS BAY— Arrived April 10— Schr Advent, hence March 29. SEATTLE— Arrived April 11— Stmr Bertha, from Valdez. Arrived April! 11. 4 p. m. — U. S. stmr Burn side, from Tacoma; Sp. m., etmr Governor, hence April 9. • UMPQUA RlVEß— Sailed April 10— Stmr Saa Gabriel, for San Pedro. SANTA BARBARA— Arrived April 10— Stmr Santa Rosa, from San Diego. April 11 — Stmr Coo« Bay, from San Pedro. Sailed April 10 — Stmr Santa Rosa, for Saa Francisco. April 11 — Stmr Coos Bay, for San Fr'anciseo. SAN DlEGO— Sailed April 10, 3:45 p. m.— Stmr Pleiades, for San Francisco. Arrived April 11 — Stmr Juarez, from Mexico. Arrived April 10 — Schr Wawcna, from Grays Harbor. BANDOX— Sailed April 10— Schr Advance, schr Oregon, for San Francisco. Arrived April 11 — Stmr Elizabeth, hence April 0. SOUTH BEND— Sailed April 10— Stmr Daisy, for San Francisco. EASTERN PORTS NEW YORK— Arrived AprU 9— Stmr Cristobal, from Colon. Sailed April 9 — Br stmr Indradeo. for Manila: stmr Ancon, for Colon; ship Astral, for Saa Francisco. DELAWARE BREAKWATER— Arrived April B—Stmr8 — Stmr Oregonian, from Puerto Mexico for Phil adelphia. NORFOLK— Arrived April o— Br stmr Satsum*, from Manila. ISLAND PORTS HONOLULU— Arrived April S— Ship Marion Chilcott. In tow strar Rosecrans. from Gavlota. April 11 — Jap stmr Nippon Mara, henco April 5 for China and Japan. KAANAPALI— Arrived April 10— Stmr Bose crans, from Honolulu. FOREIGN PORTS ACAPULCO— SaiIed April 11— Stmr San Juan, for Ancon and way pert.-. SUEZ— Arrived April 11 — Br star Ning Chow, from Seattle for Liverpool. ST. VINCENT— SaiIed April B— Br stmr Cam byses. for Manila. TOCOPILLA— Arrived April 10, 5 p. m.— Stmr Trinculo. from Port San Luis. "HAMBURG— SaiIed April 7— Ger ship Clans, for San Francisco. HARWlCH— Arrived April S— Fr bark St. Lonis, hence Not 1!>. SAGRES— Passed April 9— Fr stmr Amiral Da perre, from Antwerp for San Francisco. HONGKONG — Sailed Aj>rll 11— Br stmr Strath spey, for San Francisco via Mororan. SAN BLAS— Arrived April 10— Stmr Homer, from' San Diego, i - VANCOUVER— Arrived April 9— Ger ship Hen rietta, from Santa Rosalia.. OCEAN STEAMERS NEW YORK— Arrived . Anrll 10-Strer Prlna Frledrlcb. Wllhelm. from Bremen. April 11 — Stmr Vaderland, from Antwerp. Memorandum Per »tmr Nann Smith— Had strong SE gales for two days. Schr Mizpah, bence this afternoon for Bristol bay, returned on account of strong northwest wind. • • Fishing stmr U. S. Grant broke down off Point Bonita this morning and Is being towed to by fishing stmr lolanthe. The fishing stmr Grant, with machinery dis abled, was towed to port by flAbing xtmr lo lanthe; when off Black point the Grant had mads repairs and proceeded under her own steam. Per stmr Mandalay— Saw stmr National City lying off Fort Bragg. , Per stmr Acme, from Eureka— Had strong SE gales all the way down the coast. PERTH, X. S. W.. April I— Br stmr Pericles, from Melbourne for London, was wrecked 'today 6 miles south of Cape Leeowla, southwest point FOR DIVIDENDS >^V ,f f FOR PROFITS r\J 1 I .The one thing responsible for large dividends and big profits in California is today undoubtedly Oil. For Instance, the monthly dividends of California oil companies rnn about $1,000,000 per month; and not.* few stocks have during the past months in- creased in value many-fold — California Midway, 10c to 90c; Mo- hawk. 75c to $3.00. ' • - The real profit making period has just begun and you can still participate if you act now. In order to enjoy your share we recommend the Immedlats purchase of.Coallnga Crude, which Is listed on Los Angeles Stock Exchange and now selling at low; early prices around 35c (par $1.00). This company -owns an absolutely proven property in Coalingar began work in January of this year; have completed water well and expect to furnish first oil well early in ApriL Expert figures show, earning power of stock 2 per cent monthly \u25a0on -par. Look for, big advance in price with bringing in of first well. Full particulars of. company, property and development work furnished upon-appllcation. - *\u25a0.* PACIFIC STATES GUARANTY & LAND CO. 501 FIRST XATIOXAI* BAJTK BUILDING . , San Franrf»et> AUCTION • I will sell at public auction the entire eontmet. Ing outfit that ba* been n«ted by U. 11. Farme? ??^J&AJ- X R- consisting of 40 HEAD OP HORSES. HARNESS. WAGONS, etc.: stable*, buildings. long leas*, and eTcrythin* pertaining to a first class CONTRACTING OUTFIT. Sal* takes place at stables. 140 Erie st- n«ar 14th and Mission, WEDNESDAY, April 13th AT U A. M. .-r£° rr w 1. nf<>nn *tlon \u25a0P?l* •* California sUbles, 170© Mission st. i Positlrelj no ootslde horses sold at this «al*. WM. HIGGINBOTTOM. Anctloneor. Jfa WEEKLY SALES ]ST •yO£PAJS »=a THURSDAYS, at 11 a.inTsttS and 209 Valencia st.. 75 bones tad mares, salt- able for ranch and eltj wurk: wagons. Baraesa K^ne°Krk S*27§! tSlde "t<X* '°M °° commlMioa- 'Sf*? I will sell 20 bead of w<*fc bon«s and nmles. 10 sand wagoiw. 10 0. S. farm wa«ons. 12 s«ts of work horses. Also 27 all ptxrpo*<» ho? cs *.. w"/ 0118 ' bu*tf««- All this stock 0851 \u25baand will be sold WEDNESDAY. AprU 13. 11 a, m. 565 Foartli st., Oakland. . of Australia; twwl struck a rock dnrtag he*rf gale; captain headed for shore, but had only proceeded 3 miles when condition looked bad; Ufa Boats were launched and passengers and crew taken off; ressel Insured for $1,123,000 and carea for nearly as much. Bnlldias Contracts John F. and Snsle I. Jackson witn Walker* « ?? S k •??. com PanT—To erect a three story fr»m* fl«t buildlosr In N line of Filbert street, 70 Q of Polk. E 65 by N S2:8: $5,300. Frederick Bennke with K. C. Gardner— In erect a ftat and store bnildlnsr in W lla^'of San Bruno airenne. 250 S of £»• street, S 23 Katie Burin with B. A. Trobeck—To «recB a two story frame residence la W line of Priest str^jt. 137:« S of Washington. S 20 bj« W Sl:.l; f..,0i5. Bridget E. Jones with James J. Mansean—. To erect * three story frame flat bonding In » line of OFarrell street. 55 B of Pierce, D 25 by S 87:6; $6.723.50. Peter W. Butt with J. Gohraason. Leopold Daglow and William Schafer—To erect a on» story store building and ooe and a half stor.r stable at SB corner of Clemest street anit Twenty-flfth arenue. S 100 by E 32:6; $2 82S. Southern Facitic company with Watson flooe and roof company and Hanry Gtrrais—Warson tte roofing, terrazzo stairs and stairs for we»3 wing of hospital on block bounded by Fell. Hayes. Baker and Lyon streets: $1,506. Union trust company with Conlta * Roberts—* Ralsomlne work in coupon rooms on safe deposit floor and skylights and shutter work on roof of building at NB corner of Grant aTenue and O'Farwll street. B 4O:1U. NB 40. NW 90:2%. W to Grant arenue, S 1&; $«,257. James D. Phelan. by Beetham * Binds, with J. E. Doran & Co.—Lnxfer sidewalk light for building in Market street between Taylor and Jones; $2,000. . Make Money in Big Panoche Oil ONLY 10c NOW The placo to flnd oil Is wher# others ha»* drilled and obtained it. The tim* to boy tha stock is when the price is low. The Bl* Pa- noche Oil Company owns the NW. quarter of section 22. township 16 sooth, range 10 east tn the Vallecitos district. San Bernardino county. In the midst of a payfaur. proren dis- trict. Fire proven well* are -adjacent t» 180 acres owned by this company. 180 BARRELS DAILY Is the estimated capacity of two wells be- longing to the Snelllns Oil Company Just completed of 29 praTlty. other near neirh- borlns wells ar« owned by the Union Otl Company. That's good argument for this property. The Big Panoche Purchased Its Own Rig and Casing Before a share of treasury stock wnn off»r»4 th# public at any price. We ar« selling tbit stock to pay th« labor of drilling. We want the money Immediately, so w« are selling you a $1 stock for 10 e*nt» per shar«. A* soon as this allotment is sold the price of this stock will be raised. If you waat a good stock act quickly. Call at company's offlcts, or lend P. O. money order or check to Big Panoche Oil Co. 410 Mills building, San Francises CaL E.F.HUTTON&CO. 490 California St. Tel. Dontlu 9487 St. Francis Hotel. Tel. Douglas 3852 Members of New York Stoti Exchange Pioneer House Private Wire «• CaJea*;* axd Xew York R. E. MVLCAHEY, Manasrr. J. C.WILSON <, '\u25a0 * nxxßza HEW YOSK STOCK EXCK4JTGZ CHICAGO BOASD 0? TRAPS TBS STOCK AND EOJTD ZXCSAXGX. MT» Vaia OfSc* Brasea Ofto«« MILtS BLSO.. S. F. PALACX HOT2I HAHS¥^feo? ffiffSSSS*. ft CO.. KOTZL ALSXATOSZA 25 Pin* tt.,-New Tort. Lea Aa*«lB«.^^ 3 Bookery. Chleafo. HOTEL DEL CO3O- 1711 Stout street, HAOO. DenTCT-.'Cote. Ccronado Beach. 15