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toes. SOtt "eackg; onions. 400 tacks; beaus. C'
_ Butter^p,.,. 11.)— Creamery extras, 27c; firsts.
-<*•; e<jufcii)g butter, 22c.
<r«.r dozl— Local ranch candled, firsts.
so^ecSSdf°Sc! ''*'' fctoraßC l > * cked extras, 22c;
tT^r' SS TT t <por > b >— Northern fresh. I6c; eastern
lo.lTi ' 1S - c; Cheddars. l»i-c; eastern
!J'« ? rn> m " : esis tern daisy. J9<-. Swiss, im
w»m i^V S , wlss - domeKtlc. [email protected]; brick
*ream, 21H-; limburger, 20«21c
"fans fper ctl.— Xo. J pink. $r,.7r.«5.JX): No.
lr»\u-J i-i -* <) ' a *~' 0 ' l **y Washington. ?4..»; I
t«"rt wbi "*- |S.»; tlackcye, $0.05; Uarvauzas, I
**-w<i lentilti, $7.
ii^'VT* <rKr ctli— Salinas. $1.2.-.<17 1.50: HlgU
" Im^'.?^*!—.; Uttpoe. |L23ei*so: Wat^n-
WH? S^S?** 0 ' J" r »ow sweets. ?4: white. $2..V»
Potatoes, ToHSOc per Ivjx.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
..„„. Cotton Market ,
••^ April 25.— Hutton's wire ssys: I
',"* market was active in Ute trading and !
»iVi , r'o re ' vory firm - Tnc W« bulls commenced i
w 'tli l*S3c for May bid for large blocks, taking
"', onerlngs and carrying prices upward. Tlic
_™<v was reported to by a Imyor of the new
t*k* ° D " s sc » 1# '' and 't was only lieavr profit
<:\u25a0',• W hii-U prevented a much greater advance
in the last hour."
r. „ DAMAGE REPORTS
"alias. Hanelhurst and Colutnna*. «»., trirp
niucli damage from ice and *»-cd scarce, being
'•*m<xl at fabulous prices. At one placo ,^^l
Sr, f:J4 * lon Saturday. t<Klay It In $150 bid.
J.J*"**' planting needs are not obtainable in vol
ume at any price. /
Newman. «; a.— Ground covered with ice and
snow; Wks bad; K»v-d s ,>ar<X-.
laax. t.ity. Miss. — There Is not a cotton plant
»cii: temrKTature :»; plenty of ico.
'olumhus. «i«.--Snov ing;" very high winds.
•-arayette. Ala. — A heavy frost iind ice this
Kioj-ning; now snowing hard; not cuough seed
%« in county to replant ootton.
A wire from Dallas says oonsiderable rot ton
• i U P" anJ temperatures low cuftugU to kill it on
. «il lowlands; damage serious. I
Most repons coming in from the cotton l»elt
*-ay the damage is great. It Is probable that the |
oeap m the eastern belt was further advanced |
"ian In rears, but it now mvius certain that tte j
• otton bulls are destined to have tlielr day, re-
Srraiess of what the bears do or fay.
s>pot closed quiet, 10 points higher. Middling '
ll«Oo S ' ' iT> ' 2: ' c: tuid( l li "S CuM. 15.50 c. Sales, j
COTTON FUTURES '
Option— Oj-en. High. Low. Clo«*. <
\u25a0April 14.93 c I.j.uOc 14.»0o li.OTc i
* l *7 14.80 c 14.90 c 14.77 c ' 14.87 c I
June 14.75 c ;
J| ily 34.0.2 c 14.79 c 14.«0c 14.7iU»
Auyust 13.KSC 14.14 c 13.SSC 34.12 c |
September ... I3.<isc 13.2*k: 13.04 c 3:i.."0c \u25a0
. gctobe* 12.90 c 12.9<<: IJ.4>h.' 12.02 c .
November 12.70 c
r»eermbcr ... 12..*.0 c 12.R<>c 12.4^0 • 12.78 c .
•'xnuary 12. 51 c 32.7.V 12.47 c 32.74 c '
March 12.47 c 12.470 12.47 c 12.47e J
St. Louis IVeol Uarket .
ST. l.ons. Aj-rll 25.— W001— Steady: medium :
rr»««, combing »ud clothinj:. SOQSSc; light fin^. :
s vrn»4r;r n»4r; htavv fine, MftrilV-; tub washed, 1» <
<i2,3i>:.
# Xevr VorU Metal Market
NEW YORK, April 25.— The inarkrt for ctaD<l- .
ard copper was wok todar. willi spot r-losing )<t •
*12.<0(§ 12.55: April. fIS-r-Ofiir-".."".:.: May. ?l^.r.»
"il2.siVv: .Turn-. $12.50© 12.%.",: July. %l2.U)'n '
. 12.G0. Tbe English market was easy, with spot '
'loj-ing at £56 7s Od »nd futures at £57 1»«. .
Local dealers quote lako copper at f12.73C13.00, ]
\u25a0etretmlrtlc at f12.Q24Q12.73 and custlng at i
*12.50g12.62 l v . «'ustom house returns f.liowe-1
pynorts of Soo tons, making 30.134 tons 6o far .
tlii* month. ,
Tin was wrsl.-. with spot sn<l April closing nt
|32£Q®33J4; Ma.v. $:K!.Wt^33.02^.: June, J32.75
"T33.0.-,; July, [email protected] The I/>mlon mar- ;
ket closed ensr, with t-pot quoted at £150 3-"s and '
futures at £151 355.
l^ad wks dull, with spot <j«ntM at f4.-i."-!i74.40.
N>w_^jrk : $4.2»<y4.2."i. Uast St. Ixjuis. The •
l.ondoumsrk^t was unchanged at £12 I2s '><1. I
Spelter was weak, w^th spot quoted »t $.">.4o(<| i
-".55. New York, and $5.15<a5.2-">. Hast St. Ix>ul?. i
L/)ndon was nnehanged at £22 ss.
Irc-n was unebanged »t 30a Gd fir rWeland •
warrants in London. I.«>eallj' the market was
<TUiet an>l eas.v. with No. 1 foun'lrr northern
quoted at $17^r.(>Tls.OO:- No. «. $l«.7sG a i7.v>:
No. 1 soutbera aud No. 1 stmtlicra soft, ?n;.75 •
9.17.23.
. — r, — z . \ 1
l.iiniion Hop Market
I.IVniIPOUI.. AprU 25.— Hops la Lcnjon— Pa- ,
fifii; cosst, £4%j5 12s.
\u25a0%:ixnl *»tnre« — Turjiemlne and Kntln \
SAVANNAH. Us.. April 23, — Turpentine firm ,
at 59'«^: saleic. Ci)S; receipts, 314; shipments, .
i»3f>: Mock. 4.020. ;
Rofln firm; hales. I.IIS; receipts. 1.172; ship-
Rl«St«, 1.014: fctork. 55.133. Quote: B. $1.07>4;
IJ. 54.37 U.: K. $4.6T.(«f4.70: F. tUCtt®s.os; O, !
55.10(5 5. 17«i; H. *r>.-£>; \. $rv.3r.: X, |SJ»: M,
' 55.70; N. ?s*.9ii; W»i. SS.O'.QG; WW. ?0r&G.10. I
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE *
From | Steaiurr | Date
Crays Harbor jNorr-ood jApr. 2*
Ml. rrui via S. i.|rco. : Istliraian (Apr. 26
Tacoma ;\n.;:.--:s Apr. 27
Coos B»j M. F. Plant... Apr. 27
Honolulu Spraden Apr. 2«
Point Aima Jt Albion.. {Porno Apr. 28
&. Tacouia.: |W«tw>u [Apr. 2S
San Pedro |Ad. Sampson ;Ai>r. 2S
r^sa Pedro.. 'Uoauoke Apr. 2S
Seattle ''nornclcn 'Apr. 2?
lluraboldt |F. A. Kilburn. J.Apr. 20
San J'cdro ;Uan3iei \u25a0 Apr. 29
San Diego & Way Ports. President iApr. 29
Portland & Astoria IG. \V. Elder. . -Apr. 29
I'axet Sonnd Torts i^ucen Apr. 29
China & Japan 1A«!a Apr. 29
Uumbnldt jClty of Topeka.'Apr. SO
New York rla Ancon..jPrni (Apr. 30
Urays Harbor iCoronado iApr. 30
Sal. Crnz via S. Diego, j Virginian ;May 1
I'uiret Sound Ports •'"OTcrnor iMay 1
Metidoctno fc Pt. Arena Sea Foam !May J
<Jravs Harbor jCarlos May 1
Portland & Astoria,, i Kansas City ..i.May 2
San Di^jo & Way PortsiSanta Rosa -|May 2
Ksratcu iTusutarora jMay 2
<;rar* llart>or ISanta Barbara.. ; May 2
TO SAIL
Destination i Steamer j Sails |Pier
, April 26— j j
Ikitorl* & Portland .Nome rity..[ 5 pm 27
JoQuille Rlrrr JKUzaheth ..4pm 16
fcstoria & Portland jJ. B. Sftson 5 pm r.l
irs»-« Harbor '[>utralla ... 3 pui 21
Hauiboidt [I. J. I^Ksie. 12 mi 27
irtye Harbor iramxlpafa .. 2 pm 27 .
flumboldt jF. Kilburn.. 10 am 13
Too* Bar .JiPrrak water 4pm 7
Tapan & China .. 1 pm 42
Tiutet Ponnd Ports i'"i»y Pu<*bla. 2 pmi 3
ljoe Ang^lrs Ports. ....J Norwood ... 2 pm ....
April 27— I !
Homboldt trity Top»ka . io am 11
Mendoclno i Pt. ArenaJSca F«am..i 4pm 4
»an Pedro & Way Port^jCoos Bay ]4 pm 11
April 28— T 1 I
Honolulu & Kabnlui...{Lurlino 12 m 35
!.os Ansoi»>s Pons Ij. His?iuß. . jlu am 4
i;r*Ti Harbor <». Ijndauer 1....
Muntboldt North Fork.. 12 m! SS
AMoria *: Portland Koanoke ... 1 pm 13
tVillapa Harbor Dal^y
Craj-» Harbor JNewburj: ... 3 pm 21
«sn DirjtotWay PortsjPanta Rosa.. 11 am 9
Ustnburp & Way Forts' Amasis 12 m 10
April 29— !
AftoHa & Portland 'Taboo
Astoria &; Portland jNortbland .. 0 pm 19
Astoria &. Portland !WHI«-sl*y .. 5 pm 27
Aetoria & Portland Klamath 27
Coon Bar If. F. Plant 3pm 8
April 30— I . 1
Hilo direct Enterprise ..Jl2 m 3«
New York r!a Anron.. Newport ... 12 in 40
•N. York rla Sal. Cruz. Isthmian ...jlOam 27
l!ueet *>«und Ports iPreKld*-nt. 4pm J)
Astoria A: I'ortland jß<*s«» City... 11 am 40
Seattle & Taooma 'Ad. Sampson 1 pm 10
l itf, Ansrflfs Port* |Wats«n 10 am 10
I/i* Angeles Ports jSan Pedro.. 6 pm in
I^ig ADp^lcs Ports jHatialel 3 pm 10
).<•* AucelPs Ports ;<"«ronado ... Ipm 21
tluroboUJt Vanguard .. 1 pm 19
May 1—
r.'oint Arena Jt Albion. Pnmo fl pm 4
L"* 1 Anpeles> Ports iCarlog 1 pm| 4
- May 2— j
Stn X>ifff> & Way PortSiGovrrnor ... 4pm !> .
\jm Angeles Ports ;s. Barbara.. 1 pm Bl \u25a0
"*" TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE "
• Destlcation I Sfeam«>r | Pate
Skagway & Way Ports. City of Seattle. JApr. 27
Skscvray &. Way Ports. Humboldt (Apr. 30
KrMiiak & Way Ports.: Portland jMay 3
Time Ball
:Jn!t«*d States Ijraneb hydropraphJo offl<H», Mer-
Hifinfi-' Ksrhauge, San Francisco, April
25. 1910.
TbP tiuiK ball on tlie roof of the l'airui<>nt
>nte\ wan drop|>ed today oiartlr lit noon. I'a
\u25a0!«'\u25a0 standard time 4120 th moridian), or at Sb.
iym. oos. circ«'n»lch mean time.
3. C. BURNETT.
lieutenant.. U. S. N., Id charge.
••an, Moon and Tide
United States eoart and peodetic surrey — Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. Tor city
front (Mission street wharf) add l!r« minutes.
TUESDAY. APRIL 26
San rlf»»s - 5:19
San sets 0:56
Moon rises '..'... 9:0j p. m.
lM*t qusrt.fr moon May 2, at 5:20 a. m.
*inr moon May 8. at »:24 p. m.
- tTlme! ITinae Time iTlme
Apr i' J__( Ft | Ft Ft Ft
F \v w{ in w i, w In w
j>s «734 0.3 1:41 4.2 6:25 3.01
HW LW HWL.W
27 0:09 5.2 7:13 0.2 2:39 4.0 6:58 3.J
•-ft" 0-25 5.2 7:55 0.1 3:45 3.© 7:40 3.4
5»" O:M> 5.1»*:41 0.1 4:54 -4.0| 8:22 .3.6
cS" 1.-26 8.1|»^4 -0-1 5:52 4.2| 8:35 3.7
U.S. Branch Hydogrraphlc Office
A branch ef tbe Cuited States hydrosrsphie
office located In the Merchants* Excbsng*. Is
maintained in 6an Francisco for the benefit of
rntriners. witboot regard to nationality and free
of rxnfß««. Navigators ar<» cordially Invited to
«-i*lt \be office, where eoraplete «et« ' of charts
and failing -directions of the world are Irept at
Jiacd for rotnparison ; and reference and the
latest icformation - can always be obtained re
rsrdiijg lights, dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest to ocean rommerre.
*^ J. C. BURNETT. *
X-lcutcctnt. U. S. 1*.,- In' charge.
KAHOLA IS HIT BY
UNKNOWN STEAMER
Barkentine Which Sailed Saturi
day for Sound Returns
Badly Damaged
HE barkentine
Kohala, Captain
Anderson, whi c h
left here Saturday
for Puget sound, re
turned to port yes
terday with its head
gear carried away
and its port bow
badly crushed as
the result of a col
lision at 8:30 Satur
day night With an
unknown steamer.
The collision'occur
red about 12 miles
south of the Far
rallones. Thesteani
er struck 'the bark
entine on the port
— nimn irn-T - i side, carrying away
the jibboom and cathead, wrecking the
head gear and doing considerable dam
age to the port bow.
A dense fog prevailed at the time,
and although the steamer stood by a"t
a safe distance until it was certain
that the Konala was in no danger,
Captain Anderson was unable to find
out the name of the vessel that ran
into him. All he knows regarding the
steamer's identity was gathered from
a- fleeting glimpse through the fog.
He knows it was a steamer,' that it had
two masts and believes it was painted
white. He believes also that there
were passengers on board.
It was probably some steam schooner
bound to Puget sound from some south
ern port. This is the second collision
in the last few days with an "un
known steamer." The steamer Yose
mite was run into April 16 at 10 p. m.
about four miles off Hueneme. Sev
eral vessels were accused, but each
was able to prove an alabi.
Aitia Is One Xext Friday
The Pacific Mail liner Asia, Captain
Harry Gaukroger, homeward bound
from the orient, sailed at 7 p. n>. Sat
urday from Honolulu and will be here
either late Friday or early Saturday.
As >w intermediate ship the Asia is
not allowed any privileges in the rec
ord breaking line.
On board the Asia are 81 cabin pas
sengers and 100 Asiatics. The cargo
of 3.600 tons includes 700 tons of over
land freight, 100 tons for Central
America and SO tons of raw silk and
silk goods.
Among the passengers from Hono
lulu is Poultney Bigelow, who stopped
over at tlie island port from the Man
churia. He .has be^n visiting friends
at the island port and telling the Hon
olulu newspapers what a mistake
l"n<-le Sam made in not taking his ad
vice about the Panama canal.
Heaver to Pass Here Tonight
The steamer Beaver, twin sister to
t'io Bear, will be off this port about
7:30 o'clock this evening' on Its way
to Portland, Ore., from Newport News.
The Bear and Beaver were built to
gether at Newport News for the Har-'
rinian interests for freight and pas
senger service between this port and
the Columbia river under the flag of
the San Francisco and Portland steam
ship company. The Bear arrived here
tome time apo and is now at anchor
in the bay, being overhauled and gen
erally made ready for service. The
Bear will not be placed on the run un
til the Beaver also is ready. When
the two new ships are placed on the
run the Kansas City will bo laid up
and will be held liere as a reserve
ship.
Bitten by Pet llorKe
Frank Tiedemann, a teamster em
ployed by Cutter & Co., nearly lost his
upper lip yesterday when the horse
fcbat he has been driving- for five years
/lit him. The horse was quite a* pet
/and Tiedemann had been feeding him
sugar just a few minutes before.
The horse was standing on Broadway
horse was standing in Broadway street
wharf. Tiedemann, standing near tho
horse's head, slapped the animal on
the neck. The horse bared his teeth
and rria.de a grab for the driver's face,
catching hold of Tiedemann's upper
lip. With a wrench the horse pulled
its teeth through the flesh, leaving the
lip hanging in ribbons. The lip was
patched up at the harbor hospital,
where the driver asked Dr. T. O'Con
nor to make a neat job of It as he had
a girl and might lose her if he were
disfigured.
Will Take Census of Aleutian Inlands
The revenue cutter Perry, which ar
rived here Sunday from San Diego, is
going north early next month to take
the census of the Aleutian islands.
The Perry will outlit here and will sail
May 5 for Seattle. Where the census
takers will be picked up. The Perry
is the smallest seagoing ship in the
revenue cutter service and has not
been here for eight years. The. Perry
is in command of Captain Haake, who
is looking for a doctor to serve as
ship's surgeon for the cruise.
Attempts .Suicide But Welcomes Rencucr
Kdward Kennedy jumped into the bay
yesterday from Howard street wharf
with the intention of ending his life.
When Tom Crowley went to his, rescue
in a gasoline launch, Kennedy grabbed
the linft that Crowley threw him and
clambered aboard the launch, heaping
reproaches upon his rescuer for his
exceeding deliberation. Kennedy had
been drinking and at the harbor hos
pital was found to be suffering from
delirium tremens.
I-iner Manchuria Sails Today
The Pacific Mail liner Manchuria.
Captain Dixon, will sail at 1 o'clock
this afternoon for the far east via
Honolulu. The liner will carry 120
rabin passengers. 200 Asiatics and 3,000
tons of cargo. Among the passengers
will be 11. A. Everett and Dr. T. M.
Moore, scientists, who are on their way
around the world. J. R. Hopkins, a big
pilk dealer, will be a passenger to
Japan. Among the passengers to
Honolulu will be Judge and Mrs. Sid
ney BaJou and Alexander Young Jr.
3lnntercy Loses Its Charter
The collision the other day with the
steamer City of Puebla has cost the
power schooner Monterey its charter to
Central America. When the passenger
Ftfamcr ran the schooner down tho
Monterey was on its way to Nicaragua
with a party" of San Francisco and
Santa Barbara mining men on. board.
As the schooner was badly damaged
It will take some time to made re
pair*. Yesterday the Monterey docked
at Howard street wharf and discharged
the stores that had been shipped for the
trip south.
Water Front -Tintem
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 5,135,000 feet.
The British ship Hougomont sailed
yesterday from Kureka for Sydney.
The Pacific Mail liner Peru left San
Bias Saturday for this port.
The Pacific Mall liner China, out
ward bound, arrived yesterday at Hono
lulu, s.
Denied Xew Trial
The United States circuit court of
appeals yesterday denied the petition
for a new trial of the action , of the
California navigation and: improvement
company against the Union transpor
tation company, a corporation, and
others. The original suit pertained to
the limitation of .liabilities against the
steamer Mary Garratt, which was
owned by the defendants and in whose
favor judgment was . given In • the
United Siates district 'court. >
Court ' Sustains City
The city of -Portland was sustained
In a -damage . suit for $18,058 by the
United States circuit court, of appeals
against The , Dalles, Portland- and As
toria navigation company yesterday.
The navigation company - owned the
steamer, Bailey Gatzert,- which ran into
a Jredger belonging to the municipallty
of Portland. .The United States -.district
court of \u25a0: Oregon .decided ~in favor of
the city and: dismissed, a- cross; libel
suit filed by the navigation company.
The higher court sustained ..the district
court in both matters.
\u0084 Schooner Is Sunk
\u0084 NORTH SYDNEY, N. $,'., April 25.— A'
collision off Fortune : bay, N. « F., . of two
Newfoundland schooners.* -'the ". Edna
Carter :and the Victoria,-; by .which \ the
former vessel ", was • sunk, was; reported
THE SAN FRANCISCO 'GALIigTUESDAY; APRIL 26, 1910
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
today. The two vessels crashed in the
Jarkncss five miles oft Brunette island.
The Carter's crew escaped to the Vic
toria, but lost all of their, effects.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
- of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
EUREKA, April 25.— After a long absence
from Humboldt bay the steam schooner FUlton
arrived early this morning from San \u25a0; Francisco
and is now loading a cargo of redwood lumber
at the Mule. River wharf for the return trip. :
The freighter William 11. Murphy of the Pa*
cifie lumber company arrived from Wilmington
at daybreak this morning and in loading red
wood lumber at Fields lauding for the return
trip.
Steam schooner Aurelta arrived from San
Francisco at 5:30 a. m. It Is loading lumber at
Fields landing for the Pacific lumber company,
taking a cargo for the metropolis.
Arriving early this morning from San Francisco
the steam schooner Aberdeen proceeded to the
Fields landing wharves, where It Is loading rod
wood liunbor for the metropolis. <
The eighth direct cargo of redwood lumber for
Australia shipped this year went out over the
bar at 1:30 p. m. today, consisting of 1.504.576
feet valued at $51,606.21, loaded on the British
ship Hougomont," 2,239 tons, . Captain McNelll.
The Hougomont had aboard 1.701,273 feet of
rough clear lumber. 38,303 feet of dry door
stock and 250 bundles of shingles, valued at
$51,000.
Four hundred and fifty cases of canned salmon
from the cannery at Requa arrived on the power
schooner Katata this morning. The consign
ment is to be shipped ' to New York to Smith
Brothers.
LOS ANGELES, April 25.— Arrived: Steamers
Admiral Sampson, from Seattle; Yellowstone,
from Columbia river: Grays Harbor, from South
Bend ; Fchoonen? Kdlth, from San Clemente isl
and: William Olseu, from Aberdeen.
Sailed — Steamers i Doris, . for Grays Harbor;
San Pedro, for Redondo.
PORTLAND, April \u25a0 25.— N0 settlement had
been reached today In the strike situation on the
Norwegian steamers Selja and Rygja and the
Bteamers were not working i this morning. Of
ficials of • fbe Portland and Asiatic steamship
company isay the trouble will soon be adjusted.
Lieutenant Henry Robert, corps of englueors.
United States army, has been assigned to duty In
the first Oregon district and rs now on his way
from Fort. Kayard. N. M., to Portland. He will
be assistant to Major Jay J. Morrow.
Another Rtcauier has been taken for the 2lne
winch Is being operated between European ports
and this rOHSt by Balfour, Gtithrie. fc Co. It Is
the Middleham Castle. It will load at Antwerp
with general cargo for San Franci6co and this
port In July. '<\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
With a general cargo from Antwerp' the Ger
man steamer Augustus arrived tonight. It is
under charter to Henry l.mid & Co., coming on
the line from Europe.
Norwegian steamer Ilerm, another large
tramp, with a .general cargo. . orrlved off the
mouth of the river thin morning.
Steamer Kansas City, Captain Is'opander, will
arrive hrro at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon,
bringing passengers and freight from San Fran
clsoo. -
Captain IMxon said this morning that he ex
pected the P.ritish ship Arctic Stream to Inish
loading tomorrow afternoon, taking about TO.OOO
bushels of wheat for the United Kingdom.
ABERDEEN. April 25.— The schooner F. M.
Slade. bound for Santa Rosalia, and the schooner
Edward R. 1 West, bound for Callao, which have
been delayed at the bar a week, got away today.
Bringing a large number of passenger*, of
which the steamer Carlos alone had 28, a con
siderable fleet of steamers arrived today. The
arrivals include the steamers Carlos, Santa
Monica, Santa Barbara. | Svea. Coronado nnd
Melville Dollar. The Melville Dollar stopped at
the port of Hoqulam, where It will reload a re
turn cargor for California ports. The Carlos and
the Santa .Monica and tbe Santa Barbara brought
considerable freight. .
Schooner Ludlow arrived from . San Pedro ard
the steamer Svea from California.
Schooner A. J. West was towed down the bay
today and is expected to get to sea promptly.
It Is bound for San Pedro.
The big tramp steamer Baron Ogllvy drew a
large crowd yesterday that was anxious to In
spect the craft. The cargo that will be taken
by the Ogllvy f.roui the Slade mill Is being
rapidly placed. •
SEATTLE, April 25.— Arrived: Steamer City
of Seattle, from Skagway; : steamer Northwest
ern, from Valdezj»- steamer Santa Ana, from
Klawak: British ship Crompton, from Quarter
master harbor; steamer Governor, from San Fran
cisco. .
Sailed — Steamer Watson, for San Francisco;
steamer Jeanie, for Valdez; steamer Taraplco, lor
San Francisco.
TACOHA, April 25. — Arrived: British steamer
Claverley. from Seattle: steamer Edith, frqm
Alaska; Chilean bark Belfast, from Calliio.
Sailed — German steamer Amasis, for west
coast of South America. .
PORT GAMBLE, April 25.— Arrived: Barken
tine Gardiner City, from San Francisco.
Army Transports
The Crook is at Manila.
The Warren is at Shanghai.
The Logan sailed April 21 for Nagasaki,
homeward bound.
The BuforA Is in port.
' The Sheridan is in port.
The Sherman sailed April 14 from Honolulu for
Manila.
The Thomas Is in port,
-HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE | Ft. 1 Date | Remarks
Grays Harl 18 (Jan. lSllnnor bar buoy sub-
I J 1 merged.
Willapa Bl 27 jFeb. SlWhistllng buoy 1 mile
j I I north of bar. -
Colum. R.| 21 |Not. SJSboaltn? outside nu«
1 1 I buoy Xo.--2.-.-
Nehalm-R| S JFeb. 2|Bar buoy 200 yards N.
j j I cliannel.
Tillink It. 9 Dec. lTlCbannpl shifted 1 mile
. \ I I south In gale Not. 2S.
Nun I buoy No. 0 and
Vnquina B 14 Feb. 12 can buoy No. 3 gone
\u25a0 1 adrift.
Bluslaw R|_s%|Feh. '»|Cliannpl going north.
L'mpqua Rl luVslFeb. 4|Channel In good conUI
1--.- I I tlon.
• 12 feet at low tide to
Coos Bay. 18 Feb. 17 North Bend;--12-feet
nt low tide to Marsh-
field. .... .-.
Coqullle Rl 9. IJan. TjChannel straight; good
I " | I condition.
Rogue«Rltj '?r^t^^««"i«i iTJgy-a^rr^tl 'i:*: 1;~~i
Klamth nj 7 J.lan. 7jChanuel straight east
I ' [• • I ' and west.
Hmbldt Bl 10 jMar. llNorth channel- unsafe
I v I | to naTlgatlon: •>\u25a0'
S Pedro B| 20 |Feb. 261N0 change in channel.
S Diego B| 25 |Dee. l>|No change in channelT"
S Pablo Bl 24 IDec.- llDepth In dredged chan-
I II lid. .
NEWS OF THE .OCEAN-
>"\u25a0 Kiports by, <he Para .
The steamer City of Para sailed for Aneon
and way ports on Saturday with cargo valued at
$170.5&:«. to be distributed as' follows: For Mex
ico. $10,«)2; Central America, 51J>,181; Panama,
?i:,270; New York, |137.r>40; Colombia,. $1,510;
Ecuador, JPB2; Cuba, $211. - The principal ex
ports and their.destinations were as follows: ;
To Mexico—3B,9Bl'lbs dried fruit. 2,205 lbs
raisins, '/i cs canned fruit, 470 lbs nuts. It; pkps
potatoes. S.s+o sks cement, 20.000-ft lumber, 23
kegs red'lead, 40,107»1bs tallow. "
To Central America—1,943 bbls flour. * 68,563
lbs rice, 630 lbs dried \u25a0 fruit, - 6 cs canned goods,
357 lbs tea, 20 pkgs fresh fruits, 108 bales hay,
787' gals and 20 cs wine, 750 cs. kerosene, 7 cs
and 11 bbls oils. 6 cs paints, 100 bbls and 380
ska cement, 16 pk»rs windows,,2o pkgs dry goods.
To Panama—sßs 'bbls.»flour,'' 118 cs canned
goods, 50 pkgs potatoes; \u25a0' 200 cs salmon; 20,000
lbs salt.-.1,414 gals wine, 400.1bs meals, . ,
To New York—Bß.B63 \u25a0 pals wine,. 93,003 lbs
dried fruit. 127,780 lbs ralrfns,' 8.035 ;c« canned
goods. 246,180 lbs beans, 1C2.471 lbs w001.14,128
lbs old rubber. 89 ' bales - old*, rope,-; 10,002 lbs
mohair. 5,470 lbs hides, -.vui : . v
To Colombia—l7o bbls flour, 4,950 lbs rice, 206
gals wine,'. 33 os'canned goods, \u25a0 4 cs salmon, 2
bbls beer, 1.-flasks quicksilver,'VC pkgs assay
goods.\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0', \u25a0. \u25a0 .- ' ;- f: ..- \u25a0-,: \u25a07-.'- .' ' : .
To Ecuador—100 bbls flour, 510 gals wine..
By . United Wlrele«m ,
\u25a0; -Monday. April 25, 1910.
STEAMER W. S. PORTER—From . Douglas '- \A
" and, for San Francisco/,>. April 25, 8 p. m.', 482
mlles'from San Francisco.;,;', v'•..:-..-,'- -\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0•\u25a0.
STEAMER GOVERNOR—From! San * Francisco
for Seatlle.-r April 24. 11:30 p.:m^joff Tilla
8 mook heads.; Barometer,- 29.85;; temperature,
63; calm; sea smooth; overcast and hazy -••'-"\u25a0.
STEAMER : LANSUTG—From i Sea t tie. for~'i Port
San Luis. - April,-24;,8 p.- m.;. 12 miles south
V ofr Cape .Mendoclno..-Light,'-; variable winds;
-smooth sea'-and- hazy, v April, 25, 8 a.- m.,
passed Point Reyes. ""\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .' . \u25a0 . \u25a0'. ,-•
STEAMER KLAMATH—From .Portland.' for San
.-: Frauclsco. -. April 24. \u25a0S '\u25a0 p. \u25a0\u25a0- m., 10 miles south
east of.Cape:Bianco, foggy; light northwest
•winds and smooth; barometer, So.oo.'.'April 25;
S a. m., 25 miles;uorthwest of^Point ißeyes.
, „ Cloudy," calm and smooth., a Eipect to arrive at
: San Francisco, '\u25a0 April 125, 3 -p.'. in. ". \u25a0.! .
STEAMER BEAVER-^-Frora = New.York; for, Ore
, gon. . .'April: 24 ."no. posit lon.l~ Expect-to arriTC
..olTiVarailon-Islands April; 20. \u25a0 ' '-; \u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0
STEAMER SAKTA MARIA-Hence April 24 for
:. Port San • Luis. > April 24,18:30\ p.* m.,) 25 miles
•vsouth."--of \Pigeon -. polnt.'^y Hassy. ..icalm -:and.
v>smooth; barometer,' 2f».09; temperature; 86."': In
. company' with ;strnr - Wblttlcr, \u25a0 hence/April 24
;. for Port San; Luis. • \u25a0 .- •. _.-.\u25a0\u25a0
office at Port Townsend that on March 3.- 1910.
in latluide'N 43 degrees 4 minutes, .longitude E
146 degrees 35 minutes,"' he" passed field Ice ex
tending over an area of about a mile and a half.'
the . largest pieces \u25a0 being about" 3•' feet out j of
water. J. C. BURNETT.
Lieutenant United Spates navy,- lu charge.,
\u2666I«- I ' -«t>
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture —
Weather Bureau. San Francisco, April 25, 1910.
RAINFALL DATA
Last 'Seasonal Normal
Slations — 24 hours \u25a0to date. . to date.
Eureka 0.00 "38.81 41.90
Red 81uff...:... . 0.00 1tt.78 . 22.99
Sacramento 0.00 12.14; 18.76
Mount Tamalpals... . . 0.00 25.0U 21.52
San Francisco 0.00 10.43 21.12
San Jose 0.00 14.40 12.13
Fresno ..0.00 10. SC 8.74
Independence 0.00 '-\u25a0' 4.77 B.f>o-
San Luis 0b15p0..... 0.00 20. 50 19.14
Los Angeles 0.00 Vl. »«' 14.08
San Diego .....'O.OO 9.74 .9.46
Coast record for 12 hours, ending 5 P* ni,
ess: - £\u25a0 £ \u25a0 s: < *3
» .. » ~'s ' ' "2 ~*i
.3 * ? g_ .S . .•§
\u0084 STATIONS § \u25a0 H H. ; : f of
1 3 .'\u25a0 b b .: ? :,-_'
Blame 25). 52 62 .. SE Pt.Cldy .00
Boise 29.74 92 54 SE j Pt.Cldy .00
Eureka ...30.12 60 48 SW Cloudy .00
Flagstaff ...... 21). 58 74 34 W Pt.Cldy .00
Fresno ...29.88 70 60 W Pt.Cldy .00
Ilelena .... 29.80 86 46 X Clear- .00
Independence .: 29. 80 88 48 X Clear .00
Kalispell 20.78 84 42 SE Clear .00
Los Angeles 29.90 70 52 SW Clear .00
Marshfleld ....30.06 64 .. SW Cloudy .00
Modena ...29.88 80 40 SW Pt.Cldy ".oo
Alt. Tamalpais.3o.o2 BS 40 NW Cloudy .00
North Head.... 29. 98 50 48 SK Cloudy .00
Phoenix i 29.72 100 Go W Pt.Cldy .00
Pocatello 29.90. 82 46 N Clear .00
Pt. Reyes Lt..30.01 55 4(i NW Cloudy .00
Portland 29.96 66 : 54 SW Cloudy jOO
Red Bluff.. 29.84 76 58 SB Cloudy .00
Keno 29.82 £2 4S SW Cloudy .00
Hoseburg 30.00 .CO 4S N Cloudy .00
Sacramento 29.92 04 f>o S Cloudy .00
Salt Lake... ... 29.90 . &0-T>2 NW Clear .f"0
Sau Diego ,29.92 G4 56 NW Clear- \u25a0_ .00
San Francisco.. 3o. o2 r.B 48 NW Cloudy .00
Sau Jose 30.04 (U 51' NW Pt.Cldy .00
San L. 0b15p0.; 30. 02 <S2 4S W Clear .<X>
SK. Fara110n...30.02 AV2 4S AY .Clear .00
Spokane 29.72 86 52 NW Cloudy .00
Summit 71 42 SW Clear •...
Tacoma 29.92 r.B 52 W Cloudy .00
Tatoosh 29.1)2 52 4(i S Cloudy .00
Tonopah ..... .29.76 7S 54 SE Clear .00
Walla Wa11a.. 2r». 02 J>2 G4 Ni: Clear .r>o
Winnemucca ..20.82 86 40 W Clear .00
Yuma .29.72 102 02 SW Clear .00
n *Snow on ground, 13 inches.
The following maximum and minimum temper
atures are reported from eastern stations for the
previous day: Chicago, SS-34; Omaha, 48-34;
New York, 56-50.
SYNOPSIS
There has been a marked fall In temperature
during the last 24 hours over the Pacific slope.
With the exception of a small area alotig the
coast .from San Francisco to Eureka the state
shows" the temperatures from 0 to 26 degrees
lower than yesterday. In Oregon there haS been
a fall of 3S degrees.
No rain has fallen west of the Rocky moun
tains, but conditions are favorable for showers
from Eureka north. ' /
The following high winds are j reported:
Tatoosh. 40 miles per hour, from the southeast,
and North Head. 38 miles, southeast. \u25a0
The relative humidity, at Red Bluff, was 58 and
at Fresno 48 per cent. .
Following Is the forecast for the 30 hours end-
Ing at midnight Tuesday, April 26:
San Francisco and vicinity— Cloudy, unsettled
weather, possibly showers In the morning; mod
erate south wlud, chan«ing to brisk west.
Santa Clara valley— Cloudy Tuesday; moderate
north winds. %
Sacramento valley— Cloudy Tuesday, with
showers: moderate south wind.
San Joaquln valley— Cloudy Tuesday; brisk
northwest winds.
California south of the Tehachapl— Fair Tues
day; light north wind, changing to south.
A. G. McADlE, ".District Forecaster.
Dolly River' Bulletin
SACRAMENTO, April 23.— Observations taken
at 7 a. m. ' -'\u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0 -' . '•
- \u25a0 - ;;^ •it Sfllff
STATIONS ' ."„ .?* "2
.": -.\u25a0 ,- : s\: '2.0 •. 3
• '. ' • •"
-Sacramento watershed —
Monett. Sacramento river... 25.0 2.6 0.2
Red Bluff. Sacramento river. 23.0 4.8 0.1
Monrocville, Sacramento grlv. 22.0 3.4 — ..
Colusa, Sacramento river... 29.0 10.5 0.3
Knights landing, Sacto. R. 18.0 12.0 0.2
Oroville. Feather river..... 25.0 6.7 -0.1
MarysTllle, Ynba river..... 30.0 11.3— ......
Folsom, American river. ».5f ......
Sacramento. Sacramento R. 29.0 20.3- — -0.3
Rio Vista, Sacra.mcnto river. 13.0 C.2— t0.7
San Joaquln watershed —
Flrebangh, San Joaquln R, 12.0 7.8t ......
Merced falls, Merced river .--2.7t
Jacksonville. - Tuolumne R. 20.0 8.4f — 0.2
Melones, Stanislaus river 6.S- 0.3.
Jenny Llnd, Calaveras R... 10.0 .-•
Electra, . Mokelumne river. 12.0 4.0t tO- 2
Lathrop, San Joaquln river. 13.6 15. 7t ......
t Indicates rising river. — Indicates falling
river. '
- Snow on ground at Summit at 7 a. m. today,
10 Inches.
. " RIVER FORECAST
The rivers will remain stationary • or fall
slightly during the next two days."
N. R. TAYLOR. Local Forecaster.
$10,000,000 WILL BE
SHIPPED TO ENGLAND
NEW YORK,; April 25. — Heavy engagements
of gold for shipment to England,' aggregating
$10,000,000, were, made today by four New York
banking institutions. • A total of $37,380,000 in
gold has been exported thus far this year,, of
which $30,000,000 has been taken by London: J
Bank Gets llulllon
LONDON,- April 25.— Bullion amrantlnß to
£CB,OOO was taken Into the Bank of England on
balance today.
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490 California St. ' Tel. Doaslaa 2487
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED -
-' ..7' '• '"\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 ' Monday. -April 25.
Jjtmr .Santa Rosa, Alexander, 42^ hours from
, hau Hiego, via way ports; passengers and mcr
cuandise to Pacific Coast steamship company.
-Stmr Klamath, Jahnsen, 01.: hours rrom, As
toria; 1,000,000 feet lumber to Charles R. Me-
Cormick. : . - \u25a0-.. \u25a0<-. - \u25a0 v
Stmr Helen P. Drew, 44' hours from San Pe
dro; ballast to D. E. White lumber company.
_ Stmr F. A. Kilburn. McLcllan, 1S& hours
from tureka; passengers und merchandise to C.
P. Doe & Co. • - i- - „ \u25a0
Stmr Olson & Mahony. Payne, . 86 hours from
Rattle; 1,500 feet lumber and piles to Olson &
; Mahouy../. • .
\u25a0 \u25a0 Stmr G. C." LlndaWr, Sundman, 61 hours from
Grays Harbor; : 47o,ooo feet lumber to Wilson
Brothers.
Stmr Harold Dollar, Hagen, 107 hours from
Carr inlet; piles to Charles Nelson &. Co.
.stmr Chenalls, Kettleson, 32 houra from San
Pedro; ballast to Sudden & Christenson.
Stmr San Jaclnto, Carlson; 2 days from Ven
tura; ballast • to E. K. Wood lumber company;
up river direct. ,
Stmr George Loomls. Smith. — hrs from Re
dondo beach;, oil to Standard oil company; up
river, direct., .
Stmr Maverick. McKellar, 3 days from Seat
tle; . ballast to . Standard oil company; no river
direct.
_ Stmr City of Topeka, Glelow, jl9 hours from
Eureka; passengers and merchandise to Pacific
Coast steamship company. ..•
Stmr Newburg, Anderson, 66 hours from Grays
Harbor; 460,000 feet lumber to S..E. Slade lum
ber. company. ' /
_ Stmr Nason, 40 hoft-s from Coos
bay; 550.000 feet lumber to J. Homer Fritch.
Stmr Daisy Freeman, Johnson, 67 hours from
Grays Harbor; 800,000 feet lumber to J. M.
Huddart. -r .
Stmr Rose City, Mason, 4S hours from Port
land, via Astoria 40 hours; passengers and mer
chandise to San Francisco and Portland steam
ship company.
Stmr Fair Oaks, Johnson. 42 hours from San
I edro; ballast and 2 passengers to Pollard
steamship company.
Stmr Argyll. Dlckson. 3 days from Seattle;
ballast to Union oil company.
Bktn Kohala, Anderson, from sea, in distress.
.Schr Advent, Olsen, 4 days from Coos bay;
550,000 feet lumber to Simpson lumber company.
CLEARED
' - - - « Monday, April 25.
Stmr Manchuria, Dlxon, Hongkong, Shanghai.
Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama via Honolulu;
Pacific Mall steamship company.
Br stmr Dakotab, Ross, Karatsu; Standard oil
company. . . .
St'ur President. Cousin*, San Diego and way
ports; Pacific Cosat steamship company. .
\ SAILED ,_
_ ' '. \u25a0' Monday. April 25.
Mmr J. J. Loggie, Johnson, Eureka. ' <
Sehr Monterey, Kelly, Monterey, tow tug Her.
Stmr Elizabeth. Olsen, Bandon.
, Stmr Sau Jaclnto. Carlson. Grays Ilarbor.
Stmr Alcatraz, Winkel. Greenwood.
Stmr Chehalls. Kittlesen, Grays Harbor.
Stmr President, Cousins, San Diego and way
ports.
Stmr Fair Oaks, Johnson. Grays Harbor.
Stmr Hugh Hogan. Peterson. Conuille river.
Strar James S.lllgglns. Hlggins. Fort Bragg.
.Stmr Mandalay. I>ofstrom. San Pedro.
Bark George Curtis. Nelson. Bristol bay. I
Schr Santiago, McDonald, Monterey, In tow
tug Navigator. ' ~^-
SPOKEN
March 16, in lat 16 S, long 34 W, Fr bark
Neullly, from Oregon, for United Kingdom.
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS, April 25, 9 a. m— Weather
cloudy; wind northwest, velocity eight miles per
hour.^- •
POINT LOBOS, April 25. 12 m.— Weather
foggy: wind west, velocity eight miles per hour.
POINT LOBOS. April 25. 3 n. ra.— Weather
clear; wind northwest, velocity 12 miles p*r
honr. . -.-.'\u25a0 • *^
Passed April 25 — Stmr South Coast, from Re
dondo beach, for Caspar.
POINT REYES, April 25, 9 a. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind west, velocity seven miles per
hour. : ,
FARALLONES, April 25. 9 a. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind northwest, velocity four miles per
.hour.
- TATOOSH. April 25, 0 a. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind south, velocity 43 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
WESTPORT— Passed inward April 25— Stmr
Svea, hence April 22; stmr Santa Monica, hence
April 21; stmr Carlos. ' hence April 22; stmr
Santa Barbara, hence April 22. April .2l Stmx
Melville Dollar, from Everett.
Barbound April 25— Schr A. J. West.
WILMINGTON— Arrived April 24— Schr Com.
merce. from San Pedro.
REDONDO BEACH— Arrived April 25— Bktn
Retriever, from Astoria; stmr Yellowstone, from
Astoria, and sailed for San Pedro.
PORT SAN LUlS— Arrived April 25— StrQr
Tl A *1 O/\i-l-
1 he April 26th $
opportunity is here
And those in touch with us during the past week are in a posi- Jo^
tion today to make some money on Coalinga Central Oil, Company ft/*
stock. Those who call upon us or write us at once may still share
in these early profits, but only if they act at once. 4V
Some prominent oil men and financiers, among them being E. S. ._# r -
St. Clair, R. J. White, F. C. St. Clair, R. McDonald and Captain
J- F. Lucey, have acquired a lease on one of the choicest properties J'
right in the center of the Coalinga field — 120 acres in Section 12,_ J$
20-14. They have made arrangements whereby $50,000 will be avail- 4
able for development work on this property. This sum will enable j£?
them to complete the two wells now drilling, complete 'the central $
boiler plant and. drill seven more wells. As there are now two fine
producing wells on the property this would mean eleven completed ..r
wells and these can all be .finished by Fall. These eleven wells can Iv
{y'X V?:-' easily give enough production to place this property on a one per *&
cent monthly dividend basis. The lease will accommodate from forty M
Pto fifty wells, which when completed can easily give sufficient pro-
duction to place this property on a five per cent monthly dividend :J[ \u25a0•
basis— sixty -per cent per annum on par. ' • .' : V
We had advance information that this stock* would be listed on
the California. Stock and Oil Exchange and the Los Angeles Ex-
change, thus affording a broad market so that the purchasers could
realize on their investment at any. time. "
With all this information — with such men at the head of the
enterprise — with such a magnificent property, and with such earn-
ings and dividends in sight, is it to bVwondered^at that we feel sure
that those who could secure any of this stock before all this informa-
tion had been scattered broadcast and the price of the stock forced
* way up, l would- make "sure profits— hence our advice to get ready to
act today before'the price has been forced so high that the early /'
Those who have been in, touch with us got in and secured their
stock today at the lowest opening price. It will probably be a few
: days before the' Bull campaign on this stock gets under full headway.
, Our advice, therefore, is for, every one who reads this announcement
and isinterested to call upon] us at once, and secure full information
about Coalinga Central Oil Company and its property. If you can't
call, write <to us, and we will send "you printed detailed particulars
with maps, photos, etc. This is one of those occasions when quick
Pacific States- Guaranty & Land Co.
Whittier, hence April 24; stmr SanU Maria,
hence April 24. •
Arrived April 25— Stmr Whittier. hence April
24; stmr Santa Maria, hence April 24.
Sailed! April 25 — Stmr Whiuier, fur Saa Frau
Cisco. \u25a0 . . - ; \u25a0 - ; \
FORT- BRAGG— Sailed April 25— Stmr Na '
tional City. "for San Francisco.
CORDOVA— Arrived "April 24— Stmr A. G.
Lindsay, rrom Sewanl.* for Seattle.
KETCHIKAN— Arrived April 23— Stmr Bertha,
from Seattle;,' stmr Humboldt. from Seattle;
stmr Portland, from Valdea.
• WRANGKLL— Arrived April 24— Stmr Dolphin,
from Seattle; stmr Humboldt, from Seattle, for
Stag way. _•
VALDEZ— Arrived April 24— Stmr Olympta,
from Seattle, and sailed for Seattle.
JUNEAU — Arrived . April . 24 — Stmr Portland,
from Valdez; stmr Bertha, from Seattle.
TACOMA— Arrived April 25— Stmr Hdlth. from
Cordova; Chll bark Belfast, hence April 5; schr
A. B. Johnson, hence April 14. .\u25a0
Sailed April 24 — Ger stmr Amasis, for San
Francisco. . • . i
GAMBLE— Arrived April 25— BUn Gardiner
City.- hence April 7.
ASTORlA— Arrived April 25 — Ger stmr Au
gustus, hence April 21: stmr Kansas City, hence
April 23; stmr John "Poulsen." hence April 22;
stmr Hoqulam. hence April 20.
Arrived April 25— Stmr Catania, hence April
22; Nor stmr Herni, hence April 22.
Sailed April 25 — Stmr Falcon, for San Fran
cisco.
Arrived April; 25 — Stmr' George W. Elder,
hence April 21, via Eureka; stmr ShasVa. hence
April 23. -
Sailed April 25 — Schr Luzon, for San Pedro.
COOS BAY— Arrived April 25— Stmr Was?,
•hence April 23.
• Sailed April 2o — Stmr Nann Smith, for San
Francisco; stmr Bandon. for San Francisco.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived April 25— Stmr Grays
Harbor, from South. Bend: stmr Yellowstone,
from Astoria; stmr Roanoke. hence April 23;
stmr Lucy Neff. from San Diego: stmr Admiral
Sampson,, hence April 24; sehr William Olson,
from Grays Harbor; stmr Despatch, from Eu
reka. ;
Sailed April 25 — Stmr Doris, for San Fran*
Cisco; stmr San Pedro, for San Francisco; schr
Caroline, for Umqua river.
SAN DlEGO— Arrived April 25— Schr JennU
Thelin. from Guaymas.
• CRESCENT ClTY— Sailed April 24— Stmr Del
Norte. for San Francisco.
Arrived April 25 — Stmr Westport, hence April
23: stmr Navarre, hence April 23..
TATOOSH— Passed in April 25 — Schr Mary E.
Foster, from Honolulu, for Townsend; stmr Gov- j
ernor, hence April 23, for Seattle; stmr River
side, from Eureka, for San Francisco; stmr Ari
zona n, hence April 23, for Seattle; Br stmr
Lonsdale, from Salina Cruz, for Victoria; schr
Eric, from San Diego, for Townsend.
Out during night — Four masted schooner.
April 25— Stmr Colonel E. L. Drake, from Seat
tle, for San Francisco; stmr Hyadcs, from Seat
tle, for Honolulu; stmr Victoria, from Seattle,
for Valdez.
Passed out April 25 — Ger stmr Amasis, from
Seattle, for San Francisco. ~'
Passed In April 25 — Stmr Delhi, from P<ort San
Luis, for Puget sound.
SEATTLE— Arrived April 25— Stmr North
western, from Valdez; stmr City of Seattle,
from Skagwav.
Sailed April 24— Stmr Cottage City, for Stag
way; stmr Victoria, for Valdez.
Arrived April 25— Br ship Crompton. from
Quartermaster harbor; stmr Santa Ana, fora
Skagway.
Sailed Apll 25 — Stmr Watson, for San Fran
cisco.
Sailed April 25 — Stmr Tamplco, for S .in Fran.
Cisco.
Arrived April 25 — Stmr Governor, hence
April XI.
LINNTON — Arrived April 25 — Stmr Asuncion,
hence April 21.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived April 23— Schr
Wlnslow. from Tacoma, for San Pedro.
PORTLAND— SaiIed April 24— Stmr Falcon,
for San Francisco.
EUREKA-rArrlved April 25— Stmr Aurelia.
from Redondo beach; stmr Aberdeen, hence
April 23; etmr William U. Murphy, from San
Pedro; stmr Fulton, hence April 24.
Br ship Hougomont. for Sydney. Australia.
POINT REYES— Passed April 25— Stmr Clare
mont, "from Grays Harbor, for San Pedro; strar
F. S. Kilburn. from Eureka, for San Francisco;
stmr Olsou & Mahony. from Everett, for San
Francisco; large oH stmr with U on stark,
south hound, probably Lansing, from Seattle, for
San Francisco.
' Passed April 25 — Stmr Norwood, from Orays
Harbor, for San Pedro.
PORT LOS ANGELES— SaiIed April 24— Stmr
Grace Dollar, for Albion.
POINT LOBOS— Passed April 25— Stmr Lan
sing, from Seattle, for Port San Luis.
SANTA BARBARA— Arrived April 24— Stmr
Santa Rosa, from San Diego, and sailed for San
Francisco.
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLULU— Arrived April 25— Stmr China,
hence April 10 for China and Japan.
MANILA — Arrived April 21 — Br stmr Indra
samha, from New York. .
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK — Arrived April 25 — Stmr Ad
vance, from Colon. April 24— Stmr Oregonlan.
from Philadelphia. April 23 — Nor stmr Melder
skln. from Callao; Br stmr Quern Helena, from
Antofagasta.
FOREIGN PORTS
VICTORIA — Arrived April 25 — Br stmr Lons
dale, from Salina Cruz.
TELEGRAPHIC
' POINT LOBOS. April 25. 10 p. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind northwest, velocity 14 miles per
hour.
MADElßA— Arrived April 23 — Ger stmr Setos,
hence Dec 24 for Hamburg.
.YOKOHAMA — Arrived April 20 — Fr strar Aml
ral Fourlchon, from Antwerp, for Sati Francisco.
GIBRALTAR— SaiIed April 22— Br stmr ln
dradeo. for Manila.
MAZATLAN— SaiIed April 24— Schr Willie R.
Hume, for Pot Townsend. ;
NEWCASTLE. Austalla— Sailed April R— Bktn
AUCTIONSALES
150---HORSES-150
WEDNESDAY, APRIL> 2T, 1910
• We will sell one hundred and fifty all purpose
hordes from the San Joaqttln valley —all tresb.
young stock In tine condition, and weighing from
1.000 pounds up. Horses ready for Inspection.
Tuesday. \ -,
Sale takes place at 11 a. ra. WEDNESDAY.
April 27, 1910. at J. B. Horan's Sale* Yard, cor-
ner 10th and Bryant *ts.. Sau Francisco.
W. H. HORD. Auctioneer.
704 Market St., Saa Francisco.
No outside horses wanted.
feAUCTIONfe
One of th* largest ot the season. Consign-
ments of large mares and horses from drawing
ami teaming firms —73 head In all —on Monday.
23th. and Thursdjr>. 2Stt>. at 11 a. m.. 203-200
Valencia cor. 13th. Harness and wagons of all
kinds. Outside stock sold on. com. Fh. Park 2723.
£& BIG AUCTION SALE £^
WEDXESDAV. April 27, 11 a. m.
20 head of larce mares and horses. 6 ponies:
also wasons, baggie* and harness ot all kinds.
5C5 4th St.. Oakland.
James Johnson, for San Franel *co.
OCEAN STEAMERS
YOKOHAMA—SaiIed AprU 23— Stmr Amlra!
Fouriehon, for Saa francisco. *
FlUME—Sailed April 23—Stmr Carpathla. for
.Yew York.
GENOA—Sailed April 21—Stmr Romanic, from
Boston.
NEW YORK—ArrlTett -April 23—Stmr Mlnn»
tonk, from London; stmr Chicago, from Havre:
stmr Cedric. from Liverpool; stmr Duea «l!
Genova, from Naples; stmr La Bretasae, from
Havre.
PLYMOUTH—Arrived April 23— Stmr Kaiser
Wllhelm der Grosse, from New York, for Bre
men.
LIVERPOOL—Arrived April 24—Stmr Baltic,
from New York. \u25a0*/
HoNOKoNO—Arrived AprU 24—Stmr Minne
sota, from Manila.
MOVlLLE—Arrived April 23—Stmr California,
from New York, {or Glasgow (and proceeded!.
COUONEL—Passed April 22—Br stmr Rokeby,
from Norfolk. Va.. for Honolulu.
PORT SAID—Arrived April 23—Fr stmr Ami
ral Duperre. from Antwerp, for San Francisco..
GUAYMAS—Arrived April 24—Br stmr Strath
tay, from Tacoma. April 11—Schr Carrier Dove,
from Aberdeen.
IQUIQUE— Sailed March 11—Chil bark Gur
zon. for rhrraalnus.
LONDON—Sailed April 6—Br ship Segrura. for
Vancouver, via Rochester.
Arrived April 24—Br stmr. Ningchow, from
Taeoma.
ROCHESTER—Arrived April 7—Br ship Su-
Kura. from London, for Vancouver.
HONGKONG—Arrived April 25— Stmr Minne
sota, from Seattle, via Yokohama, etc. April
23—Nor stmr Hercules, from Oregon.
DUBLlN—Arlved April 21—Fr bark Le Pllier.
from Tacoma. via Falmouth.
KOBE—Arrived April 23-*Br stmr Cap*
Breton, from Tacoma.
BREST—Sailed April 21—Fr bark Hoeae. for
Oregon.
CALLAO—Sailed AprU 21—Br stmr Cnarlton
Hall, for New York.
MORORAN—SaiIed April 24—Br stmr Bessie
Dollar, for San P.edro.
SAN BLAS—Sailed April 20—Stoar Peru, for
San Francisco.
SANTA ROSALIA—SaiIed AprU 3—Br ship
Lydeate. for Taltal.
CASQUETS—Passed April 3— Ger bark Cold
| bek, from Hamburg, for Santa Rosalia.
Memoranda
ANCITD. April 23.—Br stmr Condor, from New-
York, for Valparaiso, has arrived here. H.n
tanks full of water. Efforts to stop leak un
successful.
Bktn Kohala, whtch sailed from San Franet*ei»
April 23 for Puset sonnd. returned to port
April 25. 11 a. m.. and reports on AprU 2:!.
fi:3O p. m.. 12 miles south of Farallon Inland*
In dense fog was In collision with large, white
two masted steamer, its name unknown. Th»
steamer struck the Kohala on port side, brokw
boom and cathead, carried away headgear and
did considerable damage to port bow.
»hipmrnti for tbe North
The German steamer Ella satled for Victoria
and Vancouver on Sunday with 193 bxs metal
polish. 13 pkgs hardware and 12 bales baz*.
valued at $1,059. for the British Columbia eltles.
and 10 bxs metal polish, valued «t $21, en rout<»
to Sura, Fiji Islands.
Tbe steamer also had I.ISO bbls asphalt. 11
pcs automobile parts aud 23& pkg» brick, valued
at $3,364, laden at San Diego for Victoria.
Chartered for Wlient
The British steamer Janeta.' which arrived
here from Iloilo on Sunday, la engaged for wheat
front Puget sound to Eur»pe nt 28» M.
The British ship Crompton. on Puget «our/l. Is
engaged for wheat thence to the United King
dom* with the usual continental options.
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